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AirMatch Configuration

AirMatch is a Radio Resource Management service. AirMatch provides automated RF optimization by adapting dynamically to the ever-changing RF environment at the network facility. The AirMatch service receives telemetry data from APs for radio measurements, channel range, transmit power range, operational conditions, and local RF events such as radar detection or high noise. Aruba Central supports the AirMatch service on APs to enable networks to adapt quickly to changing RF conditions, such as co-channel interference (CCI), coverage gaps, and roaming.

Use this procedure to enable AirMatch for automated RF planning.

Step 1 On the Aruba Central Account Home page, launch the Network Operations app.

Step 2 In the dropdown, select the Global filter.

Step 3 On the left menu, select Devices, select Access Points. At the top right, select Config.

Step 4 On the Access Points page, assign the following settings, then click Save Settings.

  • Activate Optimization: Move slider right
  • Automatically deploy optimization at: 05:00
  • Wireless coverage tuning: Balanced

Note: AirMatch is configured at the Global filter level. However, all sites, groups, and devices have a unique channel and power plan based on the AirMatch configuration and local RF environment.

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