Re: i can,t get full data transfer rate on cisco 3602 AP
First off, to achieve better rates you need to look at 802.11n standards.
You need to use open or WPA2/AES, WEP and WPA/TKIP is not supported. WMM needs to be enabled on the WLAN and under the 5ghz radio, you need to have channel width set to 80. You also need to have a 802.11n client or an 802.11ac client to see the higher speeds. How your ap Is configured, you will see the basic rates.
As long as you have a device with 3SS support on 5GHz you should get highest data rates ( theoratical max 450Mbps, practically around 200Mbps). If it is 2SS then you will get max 300Mbps (theoratical). Below should help you to get an idea about those MCS data rates
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