How do WLAN devices restrict access from weak-signal STAs

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For details about how to configure an AC to restrict access from weak-signal STAs, see:

V200R005:

Restricting Access from Weak-Signal or Low-Rate STAs

V200R006:


Configuring Smart Roaming

Other related questions:
How do WLAN devices restrict access from low-rate STAs
For details about how to configure an AC to restrict access from low-rate STAs, see: V200R005: Restricting Access from Weak-Signal or Low-Rate STAs V200R006: Configuring Smart Roaming

How do WLAN devices force weak-signal STAs to log out
For details about how to configure an AC to force weak-signal STAs to log out, see: V200R005: Restricting Access from Weak-Signal or Low-Rate STAs V200R006: Configuring Smart Roaming

Why is the signal strength that a STA receives from an AP weak
The possible causes are: - The transmit power of the AP is low. In this case, increase the transmit power. - The antenna system of the AP (indoor DAS AP) is not properly deployed. 1. The output power on antenna interfaces is low because the AP connects to excess antennas. Or the feeder lines are too long. 2. The passive devices (combiner, splitter, and coupler) do not comply with design principles or specifications or are not properly connected. 3. The passive devices have unloaded interfaces. - The STA is far away from the AP's antennas, so the signal loss is large. - Signals are blocked by a beam, post, concrete wall, metal door, or other obstacles between the STA and antennas. In this case, change the antenna installation positions.

How do I view STA Internet access behavior on a WLAN device
APs serve as Layer 2 access nodes and cannot record information about STA Internet access.

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