Is there any way I can prioritize a WLAN-SSID traffic in WiNG? I do not want to prioritize voice or multimedia. We have mission-critical and Guest-type WLAN services and my Access Points need access to low-lag (non-voice app) sales applications in another BSSID.
We upgraded the AP650 to the AP7532 in one of our stores, but we're having performance issues, especially with certain models of Android devices (dumb cellphones) - some do not roam, others connect / disconnect from the environment, and to finish some are connected but do not communicate (especially with horrible WiFi implementations on Samsung devices).
Already in another store we are not having problem. The solution works well. We are still running the "old architecture", with RFS controller. Let's migrate to the VX9000 next week. Will we gain performance in terms of a high density environment?
If you can share the best practices for dense environments, it will help me a lot.
Some practices I used:
-Use of fixed channels 1,6,11 in 2.4 Ghz without overlapping. I checked channels with Chanalyzer to check for noise - (Fixed channels in my case work well in places that have few access points and need to be working over long distances w/ dumb cellphones)
-5 Ghz with Dynamic Channels and DFS in Operation
-Low transmission power level 9/11 or 11/13 (2.4) and 13/16 (5 Ghz)
-Airtime fairness enabled
-36 Mbps or 24 Mbps as minimum datarate.
-In some Guest networks I activated Roaming Assist.
Is something missing? Beacon time actually set to default rates, do I need to increase to something around 200 ms? I have 4 SSIDs per AP.
Thanks in advance!