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210 CHAPTER 10: CONFIGURING MAP ACCESS POINTS
(To configure a radio profile, see “Configuring a Radio Profile” on page 240.)
frag-threshold 2346 Uses the short-retry-count for frames shorter
than 2346 bytes and uses the
long-retry-count for frames that are 2346
bytes or longer.
max-rx-lifetime 2000 Allows a received frame to stay in the buffer
for up to 2000 ms (2 seconds).
max-tx-lifetime 2000 Allows a frame that is scheduled for
transmission to stay in the buffer for up to
2000 ms (2 seconds).
preamble-length short Advertises support for short 802.11b
preambles, accepts either short or long 802.11b
preambles, and generates unicast frames with
the preamble length specified by the client.
Note: This parameter applies only to
qos-mode wmm Classifies and marks traffic based on 802.1p
and DSCP, and optimizes forwarding
prioritization of MAP radios for Wi-Fi
rfid-mode disable Radio does not function as a location
receiver in an AeroScout Visibility System.
rts-threshold 2346 Transmits frames longer than 2346 bytes by
means of the
service-profile No service
You must configure a service profile. The
service profile sets the SSID name and other
wmm-powersave disable Requires clients to send a separate PSpoll to
retrieve each unicast packet buffered by the
Table 12 Defaults for Radio Profile Parameters (continued)
Parameter Default Value
Radio Behavior When Parameter Set to