The script also write the Access Point tags configuration into a new Comma Separated Value (CSV) file. We use the csv library and the datetime library to create a unique timestamped filename. Note that the static configuration of Policy tag, Site tag and RF tag of an Access Point are not necessarily configured in the running datastore.
RSSI is only one metric of many to use when designing and troubleshooting a wireless network. Knowing how the client interprets the signal is very important. We just seen how the Ascom i75 and Cisco 7925 could be voice grade at -67 cell edge while the Ascom i62 would show -76 dBm at this same location!