11-23-2009 03:38 AM
11-24-2009 08:50 AM
That way, you can connect 2.4GHz clients at up to 130Mb/sec and 5GHz clients at up to 300Mb/sec.
Be careful with the intolerance settings. One will cause the controller to stop using 40MHz channels if a client sends a "40MHz intolerant" indication (enabled by default). The other controls whether the controller forces the APs to send "40MHz intolerant" indications themselves so that other APs in the area will not use channel bonding (disabled by default).
11-24-2009 08:59 AM
To stop Non-11n Client from Connecting to the SSID:
You have to untick "Legacy Stations" in corresponding High-Throughput SSID Profile (that is mapped to SSID Profile that you want to use)
40-MHz intolerance is not the setting that you would want to set for this;
Snap shot of a sample configuration (CLI) for the use-case:
wlan virtual-ap "11a_VAP"
allowed-band a <-- This Profile should only be mapped to a radio
wlan virtual-ap "11g_VAP"
allowed-band g <-- This Profile should only be mapped to g radio
wlan ssid-profile "11a_SSID"
wlan ssid-profile "11g_SSID"
wlan ht-ssid-profile "11a_HT_SSID"
no legacy-stations <-- To not allow non-HT (Legacy) Stations
wlan ht-ssid-profile "11g_HT_SSID"
no high-throughput-enable <-- To not allow HT (802.11n) Stations
Hope this helps;