I purchased a new ap1041n access point. It's the first Cisco I've tried to configure in a long time. I'm trying to get the 802.11n working but it seems to be stuck in 802.11G since I can only get it to go up to 36mb. The radio says its running in mixed mode and I can't figure out if that means b/g or b/g/n. I ran the Express Setup and it didn't seem to help me. I'm hoping it's an easy fix. I posted the config below, if anyone can help me it would be greatly appreciated.
Ok, on my Dell Precision with an Intel 5100 agn wireless nic the link speed tops out at 72mbps and I checked on a different laptop with an N wireless nic and it also topped out at 72mb and that's sitting right next to the access point.
Edit: Ok the Intel 5100 is apparently just crap, I set it to 20mhz only instead of auto and now it's connecting at 144mbps which is closer to what I expected. My understanding is that I can't get the full 300mbps without a MIMO card.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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