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As part of 3GPP releases 15 and 16 Wi-Fi networks have been integrated with the 5G Core, which is a key feature in private network scenarios. Another important feature for private networks is multi-tenancy, whereby an infrastructure provider shares a common radio access network among several tenants subject to Service Level Agreements (SLAs). 3GPP has defined network slicing on the radio access segment supporting multi-tenancy for 5GNR, but a similar feature is lacking in Wi-Fi networks. In this paper we present G-ADRR, which, to be best of our knowledge, is the first global slicing policy for Wi-Fi that delivers per-tenant radio level SLAs over a given geographical area. We extensively evaluate the performance of G-ADRR by means of an experimental prototype and packet level simulations, and demonstrate its advantages as compared to a static slice configuration policy commonly used in the state of the art.

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