slapham Wed, 07/30/2008 - 20:40
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When you say 802.11 A,G Adapter, or you saying for the client? What kind of error are you getting?

ignatiusrajkumar Wed, 07/30/2008 - 21:06
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The error I have faced after installation of AP 1250 was releated to the Client adapter.

My doubt whether my client adapter which is in 802.11 a /b/g will support AP 1250 which is in 802.11 n.

slapham Wed, 07/30/2008 - 21:13
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Would the client not associate to the AP? Does the AP see the client trying to associate? In a nutshell, 802.11n just aggregates multiple a or g radios. The 802.11n is also an a/b/g radio. If this is a new install, I would check to make sure you have enabled the radios as the radios are disabled from the factory. I hope this helps...

ignatiusrajkumar Sat, 08/02/2008 - 02:59
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Hi Slapham,

Thanks for your feedback,there was a problem

at the Client Interface and hence the association did not take place with the AP the same was taken care, Thanks for your support.


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