I have two Axis 207W 802.11g IP cameras that cannot see the SSID being broadcast by my WAP4410N when in B/G/N mixed mode (choice of security, channel, etc don't appear to matter) but can see the SSID when the WAP4410N is broadcasting in B/G mixed mode. I am running the 126.96.36.199 firmware just released.
I have read other forums from other AP manufacturers and it appears that there is a common problem with B or G or B/G devices "seeing" the SSID broadcast by some wireless routers and access points in B/G/N mixed mode. Is this a Draft-N problem or a channel/center frequency alignment issue with the radios in Cisco/Linksys access points/wireless router?
I had better luck with the cameras seeing and associating with my WRT160NL (wireless N router) in B/G/N mixed mode (50% of the time) but it always worked better in B/G mixed mode (>95%). I had to upgrade to the WAP4410N because I needed the security features and better compatibility with my RVS4400 router.
Is this a known problem that will result in a firmware update or is there a setting I can tweak to get my cameras to associate? I need to be able to use G & N simultaneously in my network.