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How do I see what speed a pair of 1410 bridges has negotiated to

tdennehy
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I'm working on a pair of 1410 bridges and I see in the GUI that both interfaces are up, 100mb/s and 54 mb/s.  My guess is these are the interface speeds and not the negotiated speed of the WLAN Interface.

Anyone know how I can find the actual negotiated speed?

Many thanks in advance!

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ok, once you have the mac address do a

show dot11 association < mac address > you'll get more detailed information.

HTH,
Steve

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Stephen Rodriguez
Cisco Employee
Cisco Employee

I'd go with a show dot11 association.

HTH,
Steve

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Yeah, tried that... but it is not in the output.  I can't seem to find that information anywhere... but then again, first time working on the 1410s.

ok, once you have the mac address do a

show dot11 association < mac address > you'll get more detailed information.

HTH,
Steve

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Steve

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Roger that.  Just as I expected... SNR is 5dB. 

Current Rate      : 9.0                Capability       : WMM ShortHdr

Supported Rates   : 6.0 9.0 12.0 18.0 24.0 36.0 48.0 54.0

Voice Rates       : disabled           Bandwidth        : 20 MHz

Signal Strength   : -86  dBm           Connected for    : 17 seconds

Signal to Noise   : 5   dB            Activity Timeout : 30 seconds

Current Rate      : 9.0                Capability       : WMM ShortHdr

Supported Rates   : 6.0 9.0 12.0 18.0 24.0 36.0 48.0 54.0

Voice Rates       : disabled           Bandwidth        : 20 MHz

Signal Strength   : -86  dBm           Connected for    : 17 seconds

Signal to Noise   : 5   dB            Activity Timeout : 30 seconds

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