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Can a Cisco 3702e be configured for wireless G only?

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I have a need to install a Cisco 3702G wireless access point to support G only. Can this be done?
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by:Craig Beck
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Yes.

You can configure the AP to use only specific radio/data-rates, either by using a WLC or with autonomous code.
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Thanks for your response. How would you do that on a Cisco 3702e?
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You can do it a few ways.

Assuming you don't have a WLC, install autonomous code on the AP, then disable dot11Radio1 by shutting it down, and disable the 802.11b/n data-rates, like this...

interface dot11Radio1
 shutdown
!
interface dot11Radio0
 speed basic-6.0
 no speed basic-1.0 basic-2.0 basic-5.5 basic-11.0

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