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802.11 g only

Hi , 

 

Is it possible to only enable 802.11g on my cisco aironet 1600 series ? I don't want N in there.

 

many thanks

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Hall of Fame Super Gold

If you don't want "N" then

If you don't want "N" then disable WMM. 

 

If you want 802.11g only, disable data rates 1 Mbps to 11 Mbps.

New Member

thanks very much .is this by

thanks very much .

is this by either going to Network --> Network interface --> radio 802.11n 2g.hz and then disable world mode 

 

or type no world mode under interface configuration mode?

 

I have done both but still insidder thinks my AP is advertising g,n so what am I missing 

New Member

is it also possible to change

is it also possible to change the channel width to 20mhz?

Hall of Fame Super Gold

By default, all radios are on

By default, all radios are on 20 Mhz channel width.

 

There is NO OPTION to change the channel width of 802.11b radio to 40 Mhz.

VIP Purple

Agree with Leo.First : "802

Agree with Leo.

First : "802.11n" requires WPA2/AES or OPEN authentication.  So if you do not use these then it will not work.

Second: Under WLAN SSID > QoS feature then disable WMM.  Usually WMM is required for 802.11n support.

These are the main 2 feature required to use 802.11n rates.

If you disable one of them then you will not get 802.11n rate.

 

Hope it helps.

 

Regards

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Disable WMM if you don''t

Disable WMM if you don''t want N in there.

New Member

I agree with the previous

I agree with the previous posts, but if you only want to turn it off on a single AP within your network then you will need to do the following:

  • Create an AP group and move the AP into the new group
  • Map your SSIDs to the proper interfaces for the group
  • Create an RF Profile with all of the MCS Settings un-checked
  • Apply the RF Profile to the new AP group

I hope this helps.

John

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