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802.11AN, 802.11GN

I feel a little dumb asking this question but in Aruba Central I see some clients connecting at 802.11 AN and some connecting at 802.11GN. Note these are all IPad Airs.

 

What is this?

 

I know there are different connections i.e.:

a,

b,

g,

n

But I'm not sure what AN or GN is?

 

Thanks


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Aruba Employee

Re: 802.11AN, 802.11GN

AN = .11n capable connected on the 5GHz radio.  GN = .11n capable connected on the 2.4GHz radio.

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Aruba Employee

Re: 802.11AN, 802.11GN

AN = .11n capable connected on the 5GHz radio.  GN = .11n capable connected on the 2.4GHz radio.

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Contributor II

Re: 802.11AN, 802.11GN

Got it, Thanks!

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Re: 802.11AN, 802.11GN

Try reading this and you will know more about IEEE 802.11 standards. :smileyhappy:

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