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2012-03-18 04:22 AM
2012-03-18 07:20 PM
snofte wrote: Could you maybe check the speed on your 4s through this:
Guess that you are having 802g speed, that means 54 mbps.
2012-03-18 08:02 PM
I don't think they'll connect unless the SSID is broadcasting its name.
2012-03-18 08:22 PM
2012-03-18 11:31 PM
billshih1975 wrote: you said 1 4500 is OK and the other can't work.
does all config setting are the same, just 1 use wpa2 and 1 use wpa-tkip + wpa2-ase?
2012-03-19 04:01 AM
billshih1975 wrote: perhaps you can save the 1st and 2nd 4500 config file, then load #1 config to 2nd router and #2 config to 1st router. Then you can know if it's HW issue??
2012-03-19 05:42 AM
All windows-pcs run fine on the 4500.
An ipad also.
1 iphone also.
But 3 other iphones cannot connect
2012-03-20 06:09 AM
2012-03-20 11:08 AM
Iphones do not like speed setup for 5 ghz-band (450 mbps) (?)
Iphone 3 does not like tkip encryption. (?)
Iphone 3 connects ok with speed up to 217 mbps, no encryption.
Iphone 3 connects ok with speed up to 217 mbps, wpa2-psk(aes).
2012-03-20 11:10 AM
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2012-03-21 02:31 AM
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2012-03-21 05:06 PM
2. Iphones boast of 802.11n speed, and seem to hide the fact
that they cannot support dual-band.
3. Although public wi-fi`s for the most do not use encryption, thus
not creating problems for the iphones, a lot of older private routers
can create problems when configured to TKIP encryption
Think of visiting a friend with such a router, and
you cannot connect to his router with your iphone unless he changes his
2012-03-22 12:19 AM
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