Disassociate the Wi-Fi clients who are out of the effective transmission range defined by custom Basic Rate or/and RSSI threshold, and force them to pick up another access point with a stronger signal.
Proactively kick out the clients with a low basic rate or low RSSI can prevent the access points trying to do ineffective transmission but saving the airtime, which will results in better Wi-Fi experience for all.
Assisted Roaming is a feature built in all Vigor Access Points and selected Wi-Fi routers. They operate without a wireless controller, providing an ideal solution for simple network deployment.
By using the "Minimum RSSI with Adjacent AP" option, the AP/Router on the same local subnet will exchange client information with each other, providing the choice to disassociate the client only when other AP detecting a stronger signal. Thus to keep the client stayed when there is no other AP nearby.