A network engineer that works for a company that uses lightweight APs is examining various performance factors for the wireless network in a particular area of the company. The engineer notices that one AP has an index value of 40 for air quality. What significance, if any, does this value provide?
- The engineer should physically examine the surrounding area of the AP for potential RF obstructions.
- The engineer might evaluate this index value over a period of 30 days to see if the air conditioning or heat is affecting the RF range of the AP.
- An air quality value of 40 is within acceptable performance range for a lightweight AP, so no action is required by the network engineer.
- Because of poor air quality, the engineer should be concerned and evaluate other wireless channels for possible use.
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