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From: ½±Â§® (licst1hotmail.com)
Date: Thu Aug 02 2001 - 12:15:59 CDT
Dear Aironet Experts,
It seems that I have too many questions to ask frequently. It is due to
the lack of information of Aironet on CISCO web site.
1. How does CISCO implement the IAPP (Inter Access Point Protocol)? Does
CISCO follow the 802.11F draft?
2. I heard a lot of 802.11a at 5.2 GHz with 54 Mbps maximum speed. I also
heard that CISCO is working on 802.11a. My question is that 802.11a seems to
have higher speed with less coverage range (I think it will be about half of
the coverage range of 2.4G at 2 Mbps). So, do you think this product will be
accepted by consumers? My intuition is not, since less coverage means more
APs required and 54 Mbps will only speed up the air LAN, not the backbone.
Any comment on this?
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