[ubuntu-us-mi] 802.11n wifi

t jagoda spam.goes.here48048 at gmail.com
Thu Jan 15 16:19:33 GMT 2009

It depends on the router.  Some are capable of dual-broadcasting two network
types, while other are only capable of one.

What is the router model?

On Thu, Jan 15, 2009 at 10:38 AM, Robert Citek <robert.citek at gmail.com>wrote:

> Yes, both wifi card in machine (a desktop) and router are 802.11n.
> There may be other clients on the network.  Just to clarify, if a G or
> B client is on the network, will the router drop down for just that
> client or will it drop down for all clients?
> Regards,
> - Robert
> On Thu, Jan 15, 2009 at 9:22 AM, Bradley McMahon <bradmcmahon at gmail.com>
> wrote:
> > does he have a 802.11n card in laptop? Are there other clients that are
> > connecting? Are they all 802.11n ?
> >
> > if he doesn't have a card that supports 802.11n his speeds will be
> limited
> > to what it supports. If there are clients that are not 802.11n the router
> > will drop down to the lowest 802.11 client's settings.
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