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CTS/RTS and CTS-to-Self - How do I know what my cell is running?

Hey all :)

So, I am doing some thruput testng on my wlans, and am getting approx 15M/bit thruput, just using iperf as a bandwdith tool.

Is this quite respectible?

So, looking at the following Cisco document

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/hw/wireless/ps4570/products_white_paper09186a00801d61a3.shtml

I can ONLY assume that my mixed mode cell is running CTS-to-self.

How can I verify that the cell is operating in this mode?

Using a WLC, can you configure the use of RTS/CTS and CTS-to-Self?

Many thx indeed,

Ken

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Re: CTS/RTS and CTS-to-Self - How do I know what my cell is runn

Hey K,

Its my understanding (Cisco AS) that the controllers implement RTS/CTS. Probably due to the original 802.11b standard. Can anyone else confirm or deny this?

Bruce Johnson

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Re: CTS/RTS and CTS-to-Self - How do I know what my cell is runn

Thx Mate, I will look into this my side. also.

I will get back

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