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The next step is to define the wireless network, which has to be done separately for 2,4 GHz and 5 GHz. First, choose WIRELESS and then 802.11b/g/n | Network. Enabling the 802.11b-standard will result in less available capacity on your network and therefore it is recommended to enable only the standards 802.11g and 802.11n. Enable 802.11g according to the figure shown below.  If you want to support also the 802.11-b standard, set _Mandatory_ for 1 Mbps and the lowest 802.11b-rate that you want to support (1 Mbps, 2 Mbps, 5.5 Mbps or 11 Mbps), set _Supported_ for all other data rates higher than this rate and _Disabled_ for all rates lower than this rate. If 802.11b needs to be supported, it may pay off to disable the lowest rates, in order to avoid clients being attach to an AP far away, unwilling to roam.


Next, switch to enable the standard 802.11a for 5 GHz by selecting 802.11a/n | Network. Configure the settings according to the figure below.

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