I would like to limit all connections to a minimum of 9Mbs. I tried using the speed basic-9.0 command on the dotradio 0 interface. This seemed to limit me to only 9 and nothing better. Is there a better way to configure this?
The speed command is for listing out all allowed data rates. In other words, you need to list all speeds above 9Mbps as well. It would sure be nice if there was a 'minimum' option!
A warning about the "basic" prefix - basic means that a radio must support that data rate in order to connect. If you don't want 802.11b clients to be able to connect, you're fine. Otherwise, you'll want to list the basic-11.0 command instead of basic-9.0, since 802.11b clients can't support 9Mbps rates.
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Controller) >transfer upload mode tftp (Cisco Controller) >transfer
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