Why is the association rate displayed on wireless terminals low


- This is because wireless terminals are far away from APs. As a result, radio signals are weak. In this case, the association rate that is negotiated by the wireless terminals is low. Specifically, the signal transmission rate of 802.11g APs includes 54

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Why is the association rate displayed on the STA low
The possible causes for the low association rate displayed on the STA include: - If the STA is far away from the AP, signals are weak, and the negotiated association rate of the STA is low. - If the 802.11n APs use WEP or TKIP encryption, the association rate of STAs may only be 54 Mbit/s (that is the rate of 802.11b/g). Because WEP and TKIP are not defined in the 802.11n protocol, the STA associates with the AP in 802.11g mode if TKIP encryption is used. - If the network adapter supporting only the 802.11b/g mode is associated with the 802.11n AP, the maximum associated rate is 54 Mbit/s. Alternatively, the radio type configured on the 802.11n AP is in 802.11b/g mode, so the AP supports only the radios in 802.11b/g mode. Try the following methods to resolve the problem: 1. Place the STA closer to the AP. 2. Change the encryption mode to CCMP in the security profile.

Wavelength recommendations for low-rate and high-rate services
For optical-layer ASON, shorter wavelengths are recommended for low-rate services, and longer wavelengths are recommended for high-rate services. This ensures better performance for optical-layer services.

When the wireless terminal pings the gateway, packet loss occurs
You can run the dtim-interval 1 and beacon-interval 100 commands in the specified radio profile to configure the DTIM interval and Beacon interval.

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