Quick negotiation of 802.11 Wireless Clients

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Oct 29th, 2003
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Here is the scenario. I have an AP 1200 with an 802.11a and 802.11b antenna. As most would guess, when you leave the a antenna range, the dual-band client falls back to the b antenna. But, when the client comes back in range with the a antenna, it will not negotiate back to the a antenna. Does anyone know of a quick way to negotiate back to the a antenna without going through the many steps of disabling and enabling your wireless nic? I have some users, who know enough to cause problems, complaining about this.


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amitubale Sat, 11/01/2003 - 09:29
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Did you try to reduce the "No. of Retries" value. The default is 32. so it will try 32 times befire it would associate to another AP.

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