Date: 2001-12-31 23:47:38 UTC
to do this to the WAP11 without using silly windows tools, snmpset 192.168.0.250 private .enterprises.410.1.1.8.8 x "80 80 80 80 80 80 80 80 80 80 80 80 80 80"
you probably want to snmpget the default first though, as I believe the default is actually _calibrated_ per AP (to get them all to a uniform power level), and is probably designed to co-inside with the receive sensitivity somehow. I haven't needed to do this to my WAP11.
I would be interested in being able to control TX power of Prisms under linux (I'd like to lower it- I get nervous using the laptop with all that 2.4gig in my lap:) and be able to control the RX sensitivity on APs to control cell size.
> Mark wrote:
> This link is to a hack that lets one turn up the power on the Linksys WAP11
> AP. (to 100 mW) This is done with software. If this can be done with software
> on this unit, is there something hidden in other Prisim ][ based cards as
> well?? Just wondering.
> Mark Worstall
> This document produced with 0.0% Micro$oft products - GOT LINUX?