Question that has most likely been answered already.. Our company recently integrated Spectralink phones and a Cisco wireless WLAN controlled by a 4400 Series WLC.
The phones only operate at 11b, and it is our understanding that the b device will slow down the AP that it is connected to from g speeds, thus lowering the total operating speed to all other devices. However, I do know that there are wireless technologies on the market that will support both on the same AP.
When I connect to the WLC I notice G devices still connected even though the phones are on that AP, as well my wireless devices display a G connection.
My question, is this a true G and both B and G are being promoted or is this false and the G is actually operating at 11mpbs?
Any and all feedback and greatly admired and appreciated.