Changes between Version 5 and Version 6 of CentrinoIssue


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20 Mar 2015, 21:10:07 (6 years ago)
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    4 If you are having issues using the IETF wireless networks, but it works if you use the `ietf-hotel`, `ietf-public`, or `ietf-public-a` SSIDs, please read further.
     4If you are having issues using the IETF wireless networks, but it works if you use the `ietf-hotel` please read further.
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    6 Please try using the new SSID called "`ietf-2.4only`". This may solve your problem.
     6Please try using the new SSID called "`ietf-2.4ONLY`". This may solve your problem.
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    8 If you continue to have problems please report this either by opening a ticket or visiting the help desk in the terminal room. See https://tickets.meeting.ietf.org/ and https://tickets.meeting.ietf.org/wiki/IETF91network for more information on getting help.
     8If you continue to have problems please report this either by opening a ticket or visiting the help desk in the terminal room. See [https://tickets.meeting.ietf.org/] and [https://tickets.meeting.ietf.org/wiki/IETF92network] for more information on getting help.
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    1010=== Details ===
     
    1616In the meantime, we have implemented a workaround. We have disabled WMM (Wi-Fi Multimedia) on the 2.4Ghz radio only. We have done this only on this radio, and not on the 5Ghz radio as disabling this extension disables 802.11n and 802.11ac data rates, and disables MIMO multiple simultaneous streams, and will result in lower performance.
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    18 We have also implemented a new SSID, called "`ietf-2.4only`" that will allow clients to select the 2.4Ghz radio.
     18We have also implemented a new SSID, called "`ietf-2.4ONLY`" that will allow clients to select the 2.4Ghz radio.
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    2020Clients can also disable the 802.11n and ac data rates on their client card and they should be able to use any of our SSIDs on any radio.  On Windows, this can be done by configuring the adapter properties and setting 802.11n mode to "Disabled".