What is IAPP (Inter Access Point Protocol)?

Inter-Access Point Protocol intended to make it simpler for clients without losing their connection to move from one wireless access point to another. IAPP is officially known as IEEE 802.11F and is a bunch of optional add-on rules to IEEE 802.11, which is the fundamental structure of Wi-Fi. The IEEE 802.11 standard doesn’t determine the communications between access points in order to support users roaming from one access point to another and load balancing.