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Disabling legacy b data rates

                   Looking for some guidance on how to appropriately disable low data rates in our 2.4GHz environment.  We would like to disable all b data rates and support only 12 Mbps and above.  As I understand it I would configure my WLC data rates as so:

1 Mbps through 11 Mbps - disabled

12 Mbps - Mandatory

18 Mbps through 54 Mbps - supported

Is this the correct way to support g clients and effectively exclude b clients and all associated b overhead?  I look forward to any feedback!

thanks

Anthony

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Disabling legacy b data rates

Yes, that'll do it alright.

HTH,
Steve

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Disabling legacy b data rates

Yes, that'll do it alright.

HTH,
Steve

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Disabling legacy b data rates

Hello Anthony,

As per your query , yes this is the correct way to do that.

Hope this will help you.

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