802.11n Recommendations

Joe C v2joecr at gmail.com
Sun Jan 17 23:05:50 MST 2010

What I said was based on
http://www.bountifulwifi.com/BWRACWALL%20Data%20Sheet.pdf where it
says "802.11 AP Support: b/g,n 802.11d, 802.11e, 802.11h, 802.11i,
802.11r, 802.11k,802.11w" but the page
doesn't mention 802.11n at all. I'd double check with them if you were
thinking about getting that one after that time I mentioned them.

On Sun, Jan 17, 2010 at 10:58 PM, Joe C <v2joecr at gmail.com> wrote:
> It looks like http://www.bountifulwifi.com has gotten into N. I can't
> really say more then that as I haven't installed N at this point. So
> far G has been enough since my wireless devices don't support N I
> don't see a reason to look into it any further.
> On Sun, Jan 17, 2010 at 5:01 PM, justin <justin at justinhileman.info> wrote:
>> On Sun, Jan 17, 2010 at 6:58 PM, Jonathan Duncan
>> <jonathan at bluesunhosting.com> wrote:
>>> On 16 Jan 2010, at 15:15, Stuart Jansen wrote:
>>>> Has anyone had a good experience with 802.11n? Can you recommend a
>>>> reliable access point?
>>>> I'd like to get a new access point for home, but so far my experience
>>>> with 802.11n has been pretty poor. It's great when it's working, but
>>>> prone to losing association and refusing to re-associate. Unfortunately
>>>> I don't know if that's because the access point at work is crap, the
>>>> Intel wireless in T61p is crap, or both.
>>>> Help me Obi-Wan Plug! You're my only hope!
>>> Apple Airport Extreme Base Station.
>> Seconded. I run an Airport Extreme plus an Airport Express halfway
>> across the apartment. Coverage is great, the access points share an
>> SSID and seamlessly hand off to each other... Apple's base stations
>> are amazing.
>> --
>> justin
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