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harelTur
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Hi

 

I use Cypress 4343  - my component is Laired sterling..

I see problem with scan results,

In my environment the RSSI value that print in the log is "OFF".

I check inside the code and I found that this "OFF" arrived from WICED_SCAN_RESULT_FLAG_RSSI_OFF_CHANNEL

but I don't understand what the problem? who set the flags to be WICED_SCAN_RESULT_FLAG_RSSI_OFF_CHANNEL

 

Can you help me 

 

Harel

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Rakesh_BG
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Hi @harelTur ,

WICED_SCAN_RESULT_FLAG_RSSI_OFF_CHANNEL gets set based on the scan results.

OFF channel is basically gets set when the AP's probe response is in different channel than your probe requested channel.

Thanks,

Rakesh B G

 

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GauravS_31
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Kindly refer to this link that explains off-channel scanning https://www.wi-fi.org/knowledge-center/faq/what-is-off-channel-scanning-for-wi-fi-client-devices

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harelTur
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OK, 

 

So who is set this settings??

How I can change it?

 

Harel

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Rakesh_BG
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Hi @harelTur ,

WICED_SCAN_RESULT_FLAG_RSSI_OFF_CHANNEL gets set based on the scan results.

OFF channel is basically gets set when the AP's probe response is in different channel than your probe requested channel.

Thanks,

Rakesh B G

 

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