troubleshooting Question

1100 access point connected to Cisco ASA is slow

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I have just installed a new ASA Cisco device.  It is connected to a 2MB Leased line to the internet no contention.

On the inside interface I have connected a switch what has a Cisco 1100 Access point.  This is all that is connected.  As there is no DHCP on this when I connect a laptop to to the wifi access point I then must manually configure the IP settings on the laptop.  This works ok, however the problem if the internet access is very slow and sometimes even times out.  The wifi signal is strong and with a max of 4 laptops connected is reading that it is connected at approx 16-18 mb.  Even with only one laptop connected it is quite slow.
Erik Bjers
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