Pls see http://forums.cisco.com/eforum/servlet/NetProf?page=netprof&forum=Wireless%20-%20Mobility&topic=General&CommCmd=MB%3Fcmd%3Dpass_through%26location%3Doutline%40%5E1%40%40.2cc163bc/0#selected_message
Great Post following through on a/b/g/n.
Deserving of more points (added)
Now, the degrading of thruput lets say in mixed environment (just say b/g for now), is this becuase of the change in modulation? ie, from OFDM to CCK?
I would assume that clients side by side would work like this?
B client runs CCK on channel 1
G client runs OFDM also on channel 1
Does CCK packets take longer to transmit/process than OFDM and that what decreases thruput?
Could I have a bit of a more technical awnser on what slows the channel down? If you dont mind?
Also, if you have a mixed environment, is it correct to say that you all broadcast and multcast will run at 1 Mbps which will slow thruput down, and thus you should really disable the lower rates if you can, but then this may affect the B clients?
Does everyone just disable B rates nowadays?
Many thx indeed guys for a really interesting post :)