Currently I have an almost pure N environment, with the exception of 1 printer. My primary router is a WRVS400N v2, and the WAP 4410N is acting as a repeater. On the WRVS400N I have the option og g/n Mixed (which is what I use), but this option is not available to me with the WAP4410N.
It seems like the WAP4410N is taking an all or nothing approach, as each speed is idividually available, or ALL speeds are available.
What I would like to know is if this oversight will be resolved in a fufute firmware release so I can have both devices configured equally?
Just to be clear, my wrvs4400n allows for g/n mixed mode - which I prefer to use as every device but my wireless printer is an N device. This would seem to be an oversight that (since it is done in other products) can be easily resolved.
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