Just bought the SRP527W router, initial setup went smoothly. Replaced a working Netgear ADSL router with wireless in mixed mode for 2 client devices, 1 802.11g and 1 at 802.11n. (Netgear router had DHCP issues with wireless devices, I got tired of waiting for a firmware that actually worked.)
Running Cisco wireless in Mixed mode, as Dell laptop wireless card can only connect at 54Mbps, but tower PC with Netgear wireless PCI card can't connect any faster than 54Mbps, even though it worked at 108M with previous router. I've experimented with ALL the various channel combos available, and driver versions/WZC on the tower PC, but it's 54Mbps or nothing.
If the Cisco router is certified to 802.11n, any hints as to how to get the 2 talking at the 108 speed? I had no intention of taking steps backward when 'upgrading' to Cisco kit. Absolutely no issues with switching or ADSL operation, just the one wireless client connectivity.
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Change in ASD Automatic Software Download Feature
Dec 13th, 2019
Cisco RV160, 260, 340, and 345 Series Routers
Due to an API change in Cisco’s software download platform the Automatic Download Feature (ASD) on RV series routers will be temporarily ...
SFP Module Support List for RV160x and RV260x Devices
Small form-factor pluggable (SFP) ports are included on the RV160 and 260 routers to allow the use of optical SFP transceiver modules. SFP’s convert the optical signals to electrical signals. SFP’s al...