SMART RF - Details - Details

To view Smart RF stats for RF Domain member AP radios:

  1. Select the Statistics menu from the Web UI.
  2. Expand the System node on the top, left-hand side of the screen.

    The System node expands to display the RF Domains created within the managed network.

  3. Select an RF Domain from the list.

    The RF Domain statistics menu displays in the right-hand side of the screen, with the Health tab selected by default.

  4. Expand SMART RF from the RF Domain menu.
  5. Click Details.

    The SMART RF Details screen displays.

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  6. Refer to the General field to review and assess the radio's:
    • factory-encoded hardware MAC address.
    • administrator-assigned index.
    • 802.11 radio type.
    • current operational state.
    • AP's administrator-assigned hostname.
    • current operating channel and power.
  7. Refer to the Neighbors table to review the attributes of neighbor radio resources available for Smart RF radio compensations for other RF Domain member device radios. Select individual AP hostnames to review RF Domain member radios in greater detail.


    Attenuation is a measure of the reduction of signal strength during transmission. Attenuation is the opposite of amplification, and is normal when a signal is sent from one point to another. If the signal attenuates too much, it becomes unintelligible. Attenuation is measured in decibels.

    The radio's current operating channel is also displayed, as is the radio's hard coded MAC address transmit power level and administrator assigned ID.

  8. Select Refresh to update the screen to its latest values.