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Access Point support 802.11a/g/b/r

can you suggest me the access point which support 802.11a/g/b/r ?

My problem is with 802.11 r. i am not getting clear idea about the wireless access point which will support 802.11r

kindly suggest me the product

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Re: Access Point support 802.11a/g/b/r

There are no APs that support 802.11r yet. 802.11r is a standards extension to support fast secure roaming that was only ratified a month or so ago. It requires client device support and there are no clients that support it yet.

If you want fast secure roaming, Cisco offers CCKM on all our APs and CCKM and PKC on all our controllers.

I suspect though, that you may have meant, 802.11n, which is a higher data rate PHY/MAC standards extension. That is supported in the AP1250 series.

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