In addition to signal-to-noise ratio, what is used by a Cisco wireless LAN controller to determine which AP will respond to a client request to associate?

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In addition to signal-to-noise ratio, what is used by a Cisco wireless LAN controller to determine which AP will respond to a client request to associate?

  • security protocol
  • LAP
  • client MAC
  • WEP version
  • RSSI

Explanation: RSSI stands for Received Signal Strength Indicator. It is an estimated measure of power level that a RF client device is receiving from an access point or router. The greater the RSSI value, the stronger the signal.

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