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Okay Guys need your inputI've heard that if you want to enable High Speed WLAN connection such as 802.11n you need to have you security settings as WPA2 and AESIs this true?
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Typically configuration guide - 802.11n configuration section listed this. Below is form 7.4 Config Guide section
"The 802.11n high-throughput rates are available on all 802.11n access points for WLANs using WMM with no Layer 2 encryption or with WPA2/AES encryption enabled."
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Yes, You have two option
2. Open Authentication
Also you have to enable WMM (either "Allow" or "Required" under WLAN QoS tab )
Didn't know open-auth works as well thanks!
Though any docs that we can use as reference for that