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Ok, will do that but But 802.11a supports 54 Mbps only.
How are you measuring packet loss? What tells you there is any loss, or are you just thinking there is loss because of what you believe to be slow throughput?
Why Over Wireless Nework , Internet speed showing 20Mbps around instead 80 Mbps but when the same ISP link connects to Laptop over Switch , it is giving full bandwidth
If your clients are connecting at up-to 54Mbps only they'll never achieve the 75Mbps that your internet link provides. The PHY link-rate is also always more than the data-rate. In theory the data-rate can be up-to half the PHY link-rate but due to overheads, environmental factors, etc it's always less than half. 12Mbps throughput at 2.4GHz is around what I'd expect to see with a 54Mbps link.
Is WLC 2504 supports 802.11N why i am asking when i configure WLAN , it give Radio types only a,bg,g ,all
802.11a is a frequency, 802.11n is an enhancement of 802.11a and 802.11b/g.
802.11n on 5GHz (802.11a) uses up-to 40MHz-wide channels, enabling speeds up-to 300Mbps.
802.11n on 2.4GHz (802.11b/g) uses up-to 20MHz-wide channels, enabling speeds up-to 144Mbps.
what is the benifit of non-overlapping channels 1,6,11 than ovelapping channels
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