So I wonder if someone has done all this leg work yet and if so could you give us your impressions... I am waiting for a new network card for my laptop so I can do some N testing. We have a mix of 1100,1130 and some 1140 access points with all of them eventually being upgraded to 1140s.
What I want to do is give the N users the best chance to have great throughput. I figure the best way to do this is allow N on the 5.8Ghz radio and allow G and N on the 2.4Ghz radio. With that in mind I have the following questions. We have a WLSE and are still using IOS mode for our access points.
I know the easy way to disable B on the 2.4Ghz radio is not allow 11mbps or lower.
No problem ... I don't want B anymore. Is there a different command to do this?
Also what IOS command do I use to determine if there are any people using B?
If G and N are allowed on the 2.4Ghz radio do they both work at the same time?
If there are G connections does it change the modulation away from the best/N modulation?
If I want N only on 2.4Ghz do I disable every speed below 54 mbps? Is there a better way to disable G?
If A and N are allowed on the 5.8Ghz radio do they both work at the same time?
If there are A connections does it change the modulation away from the best/N modulation?
If I want N only on 5.8Ghz do I disable every speed below 54 mbps?