Configures a Smart RF policy and enters its configuration mode

Supported in the following platforms:

  • Access Points — AP505i, AP510i/e, AP560i/h
  • Service Platforms — NX5500, NX7500, NX9500, NX9600, VX9000


smart-rf-policy <SMART-RF-POLICY-NAME>


smart-rf-policy <SMART-RF-POLICY-NAME>
<SMART-RF-POLICY-NAME> Specify the Smart RF policy name. If a policy with the specified name does not exist, it is created.


nx9500-6C8809(config)#smart-rf-policy test
Smart RF Mode commands:
  area                    Specify channel list/ power for an area
  assignable-power        Specify the assignable power during power-assignment
  avoidance-time          Time to avoid a channel once dfs/adaptivity
                          avoidance is necessary
  channel-list            Select channel list for smart-rf
  channel-width           Select channel width for smart-rf
  coverage-hole-recovery  Recover from coverage hole
  enable                  Enable this smart-rf policy
  group-by                Configure grouping parameters
  interference-recovery   Recover issues due to excessive noise and
  neighbor-recovery       Recover issues due to faulty neighbor radios
  no                      Negate a command or set its defaults
  select-shutdown         Select redundant 2.4GHz Radios to shutdown
  sensitivity             Configure smart-rf sensitivity (Modifies various
                          other smart-rf configuration items)
  smart-ocs-monitoring    Smart off channel scanning

  clrscr                  Clears the display screen
  commit                  Commit all changes made in this session
  end                     End current mode and change to EXEC mode
  exit                    End current mode and down to previous mode
  help                    Description of the interactive help system
  revert                  Revert changes
  service                 Service Commands
  show                    Show running system information
  write                   Write running configuration to memory or term


Related Commands

no Removes an existing Smart RF policy


For more information on Smart RF policy commands, see SMART-RF Policy.