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Wireless - Advanced --> Confirm Settings Do you want to continue? Logout SBG6900-AC Wireless - Advanced Configure data rates and Wi-Fi thresholds. 54g™ Mode 54g Auto 54g Only 54g Performance 54g LRS 802.11b Only Help 54g Mode is used to set the connection type in an ad hoc network. The following options are available: 802.11b Only (default): Links only with IEEE 802.11b networks at the highest rate. Also, it excludes IEEE 802.11g networks. 54g - Auto 54g - LRS 54g - Performance Xpress™ Technology Disabled Enabled Help Xpress™ Technology is a proprietary frame bursting technology that improves throughput by repackaging data so that more data can be sent in each frame 802.11n Protection Auto Off Help The protection feature includes rules to guarantee that 802.11 transmissions do not cause interference with legacy stations or clients. By default, these protection mechanisms are enabled (Auto). With protection enabled, protection mechanisms will be invoked if legacy devices are within range of the AP. Short Guard Interval Auto On Off Help Space between symbols (characters) being transmitted, to protect interference from other transmissions. The default is auto. Basic Rate Set Default All Help Depending on the wireless mode selected, a default set of supported data rates will be selected. The default setting will ensure maximum compatibility with all devices. Multicast Rate Auto 6 Mbps 9 Mbps 12 Mbps 18 Mbps 24 Mbps 36 Mbps 48 Mbps 54 Mbps Help Select the multicast traffic transmission rate you want the AP to support.When the Multicast Rate is set to Auto, then the least supported basic rate of the AP is selected. NPHY Rate Auto Use Legacy Rate 6.5 Mbps 13 Mbps 19.5 Mbps 26 Mbps 39 Mbps 52 Mbps 58.5 Mbps 65 Mbps 13 Mbps 26 Mbps 39 Mbps 52 Mbps 78 Mbps 104 Mbps 117 Mbps 130 Mbps Help Allows to chose the MCS(Modulation Coding Scheme) mode for radio to decide the Physical data rate.The Auto option is recommended to let the device to adjust it automatically. Legacy Rate Auto 1.0 Mbps 2.0 Mbps 5.5 Mbps 6.0 Mbps 9.0 Mbps 11.0 Mbps 12.0 Mbps 18.0 Mbps 24.0 Mbps 36.0 Mbps 48.0 Mbps 54.0 Mbps Help Select the legacy traffic transmission rate to be supported by the AP. Beacon Interval Help The Beacon Interval value indicates the frequency interval of the beacon.Range: 1- 65,535 milliseconds. Default value is 100. DTIM Interval Help Delivery Traffic Indication Message (DTIM) period value is a number that determines how often a beacon frame includes a Delivery Traffic Indication Message, and this number is included in each beacon frame. A DTIM is included in beacon frames, according to the DTIM period, to indicate to the client devices whether the access point has buffered broadcast and/or multicast data waiting for them. Fragmentation Threshold Help The maximum size in bytes at which packets are fragmented and transmitted a piece at a time instead of all at once. Available values range from 256 to 2346. The default value is 2346. RTS Threshold Help If the number of frames in the data packet is at or above the RTS Threshold, a request to send/clear to send handshake is turned on before sending the data packet. The default value is 2347. The range is 0 to 2347. Wireless Multicast Forwarding (WMF) Enabled Disabled Help Wireless Multicast Forwarding (WMF) is used to convert Multicast packets to unicast packets when the destination MAC address, participating in the Multicast Session is known. Unicast packets can be sent at a faster rate over the wireless interface than the Multicast packets. Hotspot 2.0/Passpoint Enabled Disabled Help Hotspot 2.0, also known as, Passpoint is to simplify and automate access to public Wi-Fi networks. The features allow a mobile device to identify which access points are suitable for its needs, and to authenticate to a remote service provider using suitable credentials. Enabling this feature allows your service provider to have other users connect to Wi-Fi via your gateway. Dynamic Frequency Selection (DFS) Enabled Disabled Help Dynamic Frequency Selection (DFS) is a mechanism used for 5G wireless network to detect radar interference and move the network to another frequency with no interference. Protected Management Frames (PMF) Enabled Disabled Help Protected Management Frames (PMF) provides a WPA2-level of protection for unicast and multicast management action frames. ©2015 ARRIS Group, Inc. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.