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iPhones/iPads WMM support

CB90021204
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Hi, does anyone know if iPhones or iPads support Wifi Multimedia (WMM)?

Thanks,

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George Stefanick
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Indeed

http://support.apple.com/kb/ts3727

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George Stefanick
VIP Alumni
VIP Alumni

Indeed

http://support.apple.com/kb/ts3727

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"Satisfaction does not come from knowing the solution, it comes from knowing why." - Rosalind Franklin
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We've seen where i-Devices do not stream media correctly when we enable WMM as allowed or required.  Once set to disabled (at the WLAN) all media functions normally.  Impacted applications range from YouTube, iTunes, etc.  Might be something in our environment (7.4.100.0 - 1142/3502 APs) or configuration but we've not found a workaround yet.  Hopefully your experience is better.  We'd really like to leverage WMM.

Anthony

Have you configured Adimission Controll for Video (Under 802.11 a/n or 802.11b/g/n -> Media -> Admission Controll-ACM ). If so this is a bug (CSCud67358). If you are hitting this bug workaround is either Disable 802.11n or disable Video ACM.

I think by disableing WMM, effectively you are disabling 802.11n, so I suspect you are experiencing this issue.

Let us know

Regards

Rasika

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