bss-minrate vs. smart-roam
Looking for some clarification of the impact of bss-minrate vs. smart-roam (as well as some best practices on setting them). Is it an issue of one controlling the minimum rate to join the network, and the other controlling the minimum rate before getting kicked off?
One issue we've started to see is that iphones will 'hang on' to the ruckus signal for too long. So at one client location, for example, the café across the street from their office still gets a very weak ruckus signal... strong enough for laptop usage, but not strong enough for iphones to reliably pass data, but strong enough that the iphone won't let go... so when people walk across the street for lunch, their iphone doesn't switch to 4G, it just hangs on to the barely connected wifi and the users get no data. Would smart-roam+bss-minrate be the appropriate fix for this?
Also, any suggestions on rates to use for these two commands?