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Occasional Contributor I

Wireless Speed

Hi,

 

I am using RAP5wn and getting 54 mbps speen over n client. i have also checked the laptop's wireless adapter setting which is fine. can i do any changes into the controller to bost up the speed.

 

Thanks

Guru Elite

Re: Wireless Speed

Are you using WPA-TKIP?  The 802.11n standard only allows 802.11n or HT speeds if you are doing Open or AES.

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Occasional Contributor I

Re: Wireless Speed

I  am using WPA2 psk.

Guru Elite

Re: Wireless Speed

Is it WPA2-TKIP or AES?

 

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Occasional Contributor I

Re: Wireless Speed

It's AES ......

Guru Elite

Re: Wireless Speed

Okay.  Under the SSID profile, there is an HT SSID profile.  Make sure HT is enabled.

 

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Occasional Contributor I

Re: Wireless Speed

that also i have checked and its enabled.................

Guru Elite

Re: Wireless Speed

Type "show ap bss-table" on the commandline and make sure under the "phy" column, it says g-HT

 

Also type show ap association to see what rate it is associated at.

 

Is the client an 802.11n client?

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Occasional Contributor I

Re: Wireless Speed

i have checked and i m attaching the screen shoot of the screen..............

Guru Elite

Re: Wireless Speed

It says the client is associated at g-HT-20-2SS, which is 802.11n.  Where does it say that it is only associated at 54 megs?  Is the client far away from the access point?

 

type "show ap debug client-table ap-name <name of ap>" to see the TX rate and RX speeds of your clients:

 

(host) # show ap debug client-table ap-name AP-135

Client Table
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MAC                ESSID             BSSID              Assoc_State  HT_State  AID  PS_State    UAPSD            Tx_Pkts  Rx_Pkts  PS_Qlen  Tx_Retries  Tx_Rate  Rx_Rate  Last_ACK_SNR  Last_Rx_SNR  TX_Chains  Tx_Timestamp              Rx_Timestamp
---                -----             -----              -----------  --------  ---  --------    -----            -------  -------  -------  ----------  -------  -------  ------------  -----------  ---------  ------------              ------------
18:46:17:eb:a7:be  ethersphere-wpa2  00:1a:1e:64:12:71  Associated             0x2  Power-save  (0,0,0,0,N/A,0)  154      1277     0        4           58       65       31            32           2[0x3]     Mon Feb  6 02:13:47 2012  Mon Feb  6 02:17:12 2012
10:93:e9:2a:d9:08  ethersphere-wpa2  00:1a:1e:64:12:71  Associated   M         0x1  Awake       (0,0,0,0,N/A,0)  7        6        0        0           39       6        0             36           2[0x3]     Mon Feb  6 01:59:22 2012  Mon Feb  6 01:59:24 2012
                                                     

 

 

 

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