Linksys 2.4 GHz to 5.0 Ghz

Hello!

I have a wireless security camera system that works on the 2.4+/- GHz frequency - and when the cameras are plugged in they knock my linksys wireless into the fritz and my laptops' wireless connections don't work.  (Man was that fun to figure out... it was fine when one or two were plugged in, no-go when all four were plugged in.)  Anyway, I know there's a way to set the wireless to use the 5 GHz setting (I *know* because there's a help screen that references it), but I can't seem to find the setting...

It's a Linksys wireless N router, WRT160N... Anyone know where the setting is?

Thanks!
kaericarrollAsked:
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kaericarrollAuthor Commented:
Actually, it turns out the WRT160 does not support 5.0 Ghz.

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kaericarrollAuthor Commented:
Does not support 5.0
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