thanks very much .
is this by either going to Network --> Network interface --> radio 802.11n 2g.hz and then disable world mode
or type no world mode under interface configuration mode?
I have done both but still insidder thinks my AP is advertising g,n so what am I missing
By default, all radios are on 20 Mhz channel width.
There is NO OPTION to change the channel width of 802.11b radio to 40 Mhz.
Agree with Leo.
First : "802.11n" requires WPA2/AES or OPEN authentication. So if you do not use these then it will not work.
Second: Under WLAN SSID > QoS feature then disable WMM. Usually WMM is required for 802.11n support.
These are the main 2 feature required to use 802.11n rates.
If you disable one of them then you will not get 802.11n rate.
Hope it helps.
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I agree with the previous posts, but if you only want to turn it off on a single AP within your network then you will need to do the following:
I hope this helps.