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Changing Guard Interval on WLC

Does anyone know how to alter the Guard Interval on a wireless LAN controller to enable additional data rates for 802.11n clients?

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Re: Changing Guard Interval on WLC

Use the guard-interval configuration mode command to configure the The 802.11n guard interval. The guard interval is the period in nanoseconds the radio listens between packets. Two settings are available: short (400ns) and long (800ns).

This example shows how to set a long guard interval on a 2.4-GHz 802.11n radio:

ap#config terminal

ap(config-if)#interface dot11radio0

ap(config-if)#guard-interval long

ap(config-if)#end

ap#copy running-config startup-config

I hope it may help you.

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Re: Changing Guard Interval on WLC

Thanks Didyap

I was aware of the configuration for an IOS AP however I am looking for the configurations on a controller based solution.

Many Thanks

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Re: Changing Guard Interval on WLC

Hi,

Which value do you need. As far as I remember (video from networkers) default in controller is 400ns.

Cheers

Greg

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