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a/g/n and a/n

why in cisco WLC we find a/g/n and a/n ? I mean why a/g/n togather and a/n togather ? what is the relationship in a/g/n and the relationship in a/n?? byanother words why a/n companed togather in WLC orWCS and the a/g/n also comained togather also why not g/n ??

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Re: a/g/n and a/n

Can you post a screen shot. You should only see two, one will be 802.11an and the other 802.11bgn.

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Re: a/g/n and a/n

I believe this way you can seperate your wireless network antenna settings for 5GHz only networks vs. mixed 5 and 2.4 GHz.  For example channel bonding is not something you want on your 2.4 GHz network.

Hope that helps.


Re: a/g/n and a/n

Are you looking at the 'radio' selections under the WLAN properties?


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Re: a/g/n and a/n

I hope this can describe more my question !!

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