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ekahau Site Survey 9.0.2 released

Ekahau released a new version of Site Survey

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  • Fixed issues:
    • Several spinning wheel issues fixed on Mac OS. SPOD no more!
    • Certain visualizations showed only white when the values on map exceeded value range in the legend, SNR being the main culprit. Behold, it’s fixed!
    • Default coverage profile (Voice+Data) and channel overlap visualization now use the same default minimum signal strength setting
    • Auto-planner no longer gets errors with certain type of building coordinates
    • Visualization refresh no longer ceases working when you adjust capacity area size while pressing CTRL/CMD
    • Several CAD layer names have now been fixed to work better with ESS CAD import
    • Coverage profile names are now properly updated after being changed within auto-planner dialog window
    • Active survey data no longer gets disconnected from the intended access points in AP-on-stick projects
    • Auto-planner no longer crashes if you try to make a plan for 802.11b clients. Let’s not forget the elderly!
    • “Clients per AP” visualization now shows disabled radios in the same way both in ESS and in reports. “Same way” is a code word for “Correctly”.
    • Visualization legend is no longer missing boundary values in reporting, even if there’s no visualization found for that value range.
    • Bandwidth selection is now properly disabled if no access points are selected when using “Selected APs” mode
    • 2.4 Ghz / 5 Ghz band toggle now shows visualization for the bands correctly even if project is opened while only one band is toggled.
    • Right-click menus are no longer unusable on Mac OS when “Selected access points” filter is used.
  • New features and improvements:
    • General performance improvements and memory usage optimization
    • Changed the rendering of SVG images to increase performance. Prepare yourself for much smoothness.
    • All drawn area elements (Capacity, Exclusion, Attenuation and Hole in the Floor areas) now snap together seamlessly. No more infuriating little gaps or overlapping between areas.
    • Added Ubiquiti multi-mac logic
    • Improved Extreme Networks multi-mac logic
    • Improved Cisco Meraki multi-mac logic
    • Improved Huawei multi-mac logic
    • Added a warning to capacity visualizations (Airtime, Clients per AP & C. Health) if no clients are assigned to the areas. In other words, capacity visualizations now say “Nothing to see here” more clearly.
    • Improvements on channel planner’s 2.4 Ghz band channel allocation
    • Channel planner remembers user selections better when switching between different bandwidths. Channel planner has learned some manners and doesn’t anymore deselect the channels you’ve previously selected.
    • Now you can also set the preferred capacity settings as defaults in “Network configuration” window.
    • Toolbar row can re-adjust itself on two rows if the window or resolution is too low. No more tools wandering off screen!
    • Visualization contours are now also affected by opacity settings
  • New access points and antennas:
    • Cisco AP1572 + AIR-ANT2513P4M-N, Cisco AP2702e + AIR-ANT2535SDW-R, AP2802E + AIR-ANT2566D4M-R and AP2802E + AIR-ANT2566P4W-R
    • Meraki MR74/MR84 + MA-ANT-20/MA-ANT-25/MA-ANT-27
    • Ruckus ZoneFlex P300
    • Ubiquiti Rocket Prism 5AC Gen2 + AM-5G19/AM-M-V5G-TI/AP-5AC-90-HD, UAP-AC-HD, UAP-AC-Lite, UAP-AC-LR, UAP-AC-IW, UAP-AC-M and antennas AM-M-V5G-TI, AP-5AC-90-HD, LBE-M5-23, LBE-5AC-23 and LBE-5AC-16-120
    • Terrawave T58070MP13602AP
    • 4ipnet EAP737
    • Alcatel-Lucent OAW-AP1221, OAW-AP1231, OAW-AP1251
    • Allied Telesis AT-TQ4400e and TQ4600
    • Altai A8-Ein (ac) Super WiFi Base Station
    • Edimax CAP1200
    • ExtremeWireless ML-2452-PTA3M3-036
    • KT Olleh WiFi home KM05-410H, GiGA WiFi home KM06-506H, KM06-704H, DW02-412H and GiGA WiFi Premium DW03-608H
    • Huawei AP4051DN and AP8050DN
    • L-Com DS_HG2415P-180
    • Pakedge WX-1
    • TP-Link TL-ANT2409A
    • Watchguard AP420

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