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Thread: 802.11n support

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    Default 802.11n support

    Are there any plans to add support for 802.11n to Inssider?

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    Default As far as I know, there is

    As far as I know, there is already 802.11N support.

    What WiFi card are you using?

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    Default I am using a Airlink 101 USB

    I am using a Airlink 101 USB "N" adapter. But even the signal from my d-link "N" wireless router is reported as 54G.

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    Default Are you using windows XP? If

    Are you using windows XP?
    If so, then it might be the NDIS driver interface to InSSIDer. I'll have to check.

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    Default Maybe the way the beacon is

    Maybe the way the beacon is reporting the signal strength does not match standard. Remember N has not been ratified yet. The supported rates are in the beacon frames sent from the ap.

    What does it say using the netsh command
    netsh wlan show networks mode=bssid

    A sniff of the beacons with wireshark could help, but I think you will need a wireless card that supports promiscuous mode (eg: an AirPCap device) From memory most cards donít as itís an on chip feature.

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    Default Yes I am using window XP pro

    Yes I am using window XP pro with the latest service pack.

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    Default Hmm, it seems to be

    Hmm, it seems to be something to do with Windows XP.

    This needs to be investigated.

  8. Default I haven't found a

    I haven't found a well-documented way to get AP capability data that goes beyond 802.11a/b/g out of Windows (NDIS or NativeWLAN).* That means inSSIDer doesn't currently have any awareness of AP datarates above 54Mbps, or of channel bonding, but we're working on it.

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