I noticed that ZF 9.9 seems to support a new form of SmartRoam that uses 802.11v. However, the release notes don't seem to go into detail about how to configure this.
(1) Is this activated by the smart-roam command, or a different one?
(2) Is there a way to enable only the 802.11v form of SmartRoam and not the client disconnecting form? I've seen cases where clients get kicked off the network at inopportune/disruptive times (e.g. in the middle of a FaceTime call or while AirPlaying)
(3) What clients are known to support this form of 802.11v roaming?
ZF 9.9 Smartroam may utilize 802.11k and 802.11r for fast roaming transitions,
but I have not seen any word that 802.11v would be implemented with client
communication, nor what clients might support it.
Thanks! So is it still activated by the "smart-roam" command, and keyed off the same "RSSI" based thresholds as shown in the tables in the support documents about smart-roam?
How does SmartRoam+ decide whether to use 802.11k/r/v to seamlessly transition (as described in the What's New document) versus the old way of basically ignoring / sending disassociations to a client until the client makes the right decision eventually?