Question about Cisco Aironet 1231 - Radio access point - 802.11b 802.11g (AIR-LAP1231G-E-K9) 802.11b/g

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I just wan to know that in my office we have 12 LAP 1231G access point connected with 1 WLC. for 1 month i got this message as a medium severity MESSAGE =========== (Interference threshold violation reported by '802.11b/g' interface of AP 'AIPL7thAP6', connected to Controller '128.70.204.5'. - Controller Name: AIPL7thWLC1) and the power level it show is 3* and 4* i just want to know what this message alerts and is the power 3* and 4* is ok.

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  • Phil
    Phil Mar 24, 2011

    The AP named AIPL7thAP6 is getting interference from some 2.4GHz source - a rogue access point, a microwave, a a cordless phone, video camera or something. Is it always the same AP reporting the problem?

    Fine tuning the RF issues can be tricky. There are some notes athttp://www.cisco.com/en/US/tech/tk722/tk...

  • lanewala1 Mar 25, 2011

    thanks alot for your reply .... yes infact we have 12 APs all were having the same messege. when there are less client like less than 13 then it shows green status and works on normal and dnt show any alert.

  • Phil
    Phil Mar 25, 2011

    You may need to adjust the interference threshold or lower the power of the units.

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