How does Auto Healing work in a real-world scenario?

Zyxel_Jay Posts: 166  Zyxel Employee
First Anniversary 10 Comments Friend Collector First Answer
edited December 2023 in Other Topics

Example Scenario: Consider a campus with six classrooms, each equipped with its own AP. These APs are crucial for students and teachers using tablets to connect to the school's wireless network.

  • Without Auto Healing: If AP2 in Classroom 2 fails, there would be a complete loss of wireless coverage in that area. The IT team would need to physically address the problem, causing a period of network unavailability in that classroom.
  • With Auto Healing: The network periodically scans for inactive APs. If AP1, AP3, and AP5 detect that AP2 is offline, they automatically increase their signal output to cover Classroom 2. This proactive adjustment ensures continuous network availability even if one AP fails.

For Auto healing description,please refer to this ariticle :

For "How can I configure Auto Healing in my network?",please refer to this ariticle :