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August 5, 2004 12:47:12 PM

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I have 2 Microsoft external Wireless G cards and have
connected them via a Peer to Peer connection. I can only
get them to connect at 11mbps. Is it possible to have
them connect at 54mbps? or is 54 only possible with a
router or base station?

TIA!

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August 5, 2004 2:36:39 PM

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Are they the MN-710 then?

If that is the case I bet you have them connected to a USB 1.1
connection or are having some sort of interference issue. If you have a
USB 2.0 port I would connect the MN-710 into that because USB 1.1 only
supports up to 12 mbps where as USB 2.0 supports over 400 mbps.

Other wise you may have to tell us the OS involved & which NIC you are
using.

Mike wrote:

> I have 2 Microsoft external Wireless G cards and have
> connected them via a Peer to Peer connection. I can only
> get them to connect at 11mbps. Is it possible to have
> them connect at 54mbps? or is 54 only possible with a
> router or base station?
>
> TIA!
August 5, 2004 2:36:40 PM

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They both are MN-710s and both computers are WinXP. The
mobile PC will connect to my buddy's wireless network at
54 Mbps but not to my home network.

It is connected to a USB 2.0 port and as far as I know is
operating at the 2.0 standard. But then again if it's
only operating at 1.0 speeds it would make sense why it's
connecting at 11 mpbs.
>-----Original Message-----
>Are they the MN-710 then?
>
>If that is the case I bet you have them connected to a
USB 1.1
>connection or are having some sort of interference
issue. If you have a
>USB 2.0 port I would connect the MN-710 into that because
USB 1.1 only
>supports up to 12 mbps where as USB 2.0 supports over 400
mbps.
>
>Other wise you may have to tell us the OS involved &
which NIC you are
>using.
>
>Mike wrote:
>
>> I have 2 Microsoft external Wireless G cards and have
>> connected them via a Peer to Peer connection. I can
only
>> get them to connect at 11mbps. Is it possible to have
>> them connect at 54mbps? or is 54 only possible with a
>> router or base station?
>>
>> TIA!
>
>.
>
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August 5, 2004 4:33:59 PM

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It is most likely wireless interference. Try changing the channel.

Mike wrote:

> They both are MN-710s and both computers are WinXP. The
> mobile PC will connect to my buddy's wireless network at
> 54 Mbps but not to my home network.
>
> It is connected to a USB 2.0 port and as far as I know is
> operating at the 2.0 standard. But then again if it's
> only operating at 1.0 speeds it would make sense why it's
> connecting at 11 mpbs.
>
>>-----Original Message-----
>>Are they the MN-710 then?
>>
>>If that is the case I bet you have them connected to a
>
> USB 1.1
>
>>connection or are having some sort of interference
>
> issue. If you have a
>
>>USB 2.0 port I would connect the MN-710 into that because
>
> USB 1.1 only
>
>>supports up to 12 mbps where as USB 2.0 supports over 400
>
> mbps.
>
>>Other wise you may have to tell us the OS involved &
>
> which NIC you are
>
>>using.
>>
>>Mike wrote:
>>
>>
>>>I have 2 Microsoft external Wireless G cards and have
>>>connected them via a Peer to Peer connection. I can
>
> only
>
>>>get them to connect at 11mbps. Is it possible to have
>>>them connect at 54mbps? or is 54 only possible with a
>>>router or base station?
>>>
>>>TIA!
>>
>>.
>>
August 5, 2004 4:34:00 PM

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Will do. Thanks for the help!
>-----Original Message-----
>It is most likely wireless interference. Try changing
the channel.
>
>Mike wrote:
>
>> They both are MN-710s and both computers are WinXP.
The
>> mobile PC will connect to my buddy's wireless network
at
>> 54 Mbps but not to my home network.
>>
>> It is connected to a USB 2.0 port and as far as I know
is
>> operating at the 2.0 standard. But then again if it's
>> only operating at 1.0 speeds it would make sense why
it's
>> connecting at 11 mpbs.
>>
>>>-----Original Message-----
>>>Are they the MN-710 then?
>>>
>>>If that is the case I bet you have them connected to a
>>
>> USB 1.1
>>
>>>connection or are having some sort of interference
>>
>> issue. If you have a
>>
>>>USB 2.0 port I would connect the MN-710 into that
because
>>
>> USB 1.1 only
>>
>>>supports up to 12 mbps where as USB 2.0 supports over
400
>>
>> mbps.
>>
>>>Other wise you may have to tell us the OS involved &
>>
>> which NIC you are
>>
>>>using.
>>>
>>>Mike wrote:
>>>
>>>
>>>>I have 2 Microsoft external Wireless G cards and have
>>>>connected them via a Peer to Peer connection. I can
>>
>> only
>>
>>>>get them to connect at 11mbps. Is it possible to have
>>>>them connect at 54mbps? or is 54 only possible with a
>>>>router or base station?
>>>>
>>>>TIA!
>>>
>>>.
>>>
>
>.
>
Anonymous
August 5, 2004 6:20:22 PM

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It sounds like you are using the MN-710 in what is called ad-hoc mode. The
standard maximum connection speed for this mode is 11Mbps. Since you are
using two MN-710 adapters, you can put them both into a special mode that
will allow for a higher connection speed. You need to set this on the
Advanced tab of the MN-710 from Device Manager. The parameter is
IBSS54gtmMode. Either 54g80211bCompatible or 54gPerformance should work, but
you probably need to make sure they are the same.

--
Neel Malik
Program Manager
Microsoft Corporation

This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no rights.



"Mike" <anonymous@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:0e4c01c47b22$db5fce10$a401280a@phx.gbl...
> Will do. Thanks for the help!
> >-----Original Message-----
> >It is most likely wireless interference. Try changing
> the channel.
> >
> >Mike wrote:
> >
> >> They both are MN-710s and both computers are WinXP.
> The
> >> mobile PC will connect to my buddy's wireless network
> at
> >> 54 Mbps but not to my home network.
> >>
> >> It is connected to a USB 2.0 port and as far as I know
> is
> >> operating at the 2.0 standard. But then again if it's
> >> only operating at 1.0 speeds it would make sense why
> it's
> >> connecting at 11 mpbs.
> >>
> >>>-----Original Message-----
> >>>Are they the MN-710 then?
> >>>
> >>>If that is the case I bet you have them connected to a
> >>
> >> USB 1.1
> >>
> >>>connection or are having some sort of interference
> >>
> >> issue. If you have a
> >>
> >>>USB 2.0 port I would connect the MN-710 into that
> because
> >>
> >> USB 1.1 only
> >>
> >>>supports up to 12 mbps where as USB 2.0 supports over
> 400
> >>
> >> mbps.
> >>
> >>>Other wise you may have to tell us the OS involved &
> >>
> >> which NIC you are
> >>
> >>>using.
> >>>
> >>>Mike wrote:
> >>>
> >>>
> >>>>I have 2 Microsoft external Wireless G cards and have
> >>>>connected them via a Peer to Peer connection. I can
> >>
> >> only
> >>
> >>>>get them to connect at 11mbps. Is it possible to have
> >>>>them connect at 54mbps? or is 54 only possible with a
> >>>>router or base station?
> >>>>
> >>>>TIA!
> >>>
> >>>.
> >>>
> >
> >.
> >
August 6, 2004 1:59:14 PM

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Perfect! I will try that. It doesn't seem to be a
interference problem. I thought is must have something to
do with AD Hoc mode.

Thanks so much!


>-----Original Message-----
>It sounds like you are using the MN-710 in what is called
ad-hoc mode. The
>standard maximum connection speed for this mode is
11Mbps. Since you are
>using two MN-710 adapters, you can put them both into a
special mode that
>will allow for a higher connection speed. You need to set
this on the
>Advanced tab of the MN-710 from Device Manager. The
parameter is
>IBSS54gtmMode. Either 54g80211bCompatible or
54gPerformance should work, but
>you probably need to make sure they are the same.
>
>--
>Neel Malik
>Program Manager
>Microsoft Corporation
>
>This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and
confers no rights.
>
>
>
>"Mike" <anonymous@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in
message
>news:0e4c01c47b22$db5fce10$a401280a@phx.gbl...
>> Will do. Thanks for the help!
>> >-----Original Message-----
>> >It is most likely wireless interference. Try changing
>> the channel.
>> >
>> >Mike wrote:
>> >
>> >> They both are MN-710s and both computers are WinXP.
>> The
>> >> mobile PC will connect to my buddy's wireless network
>> at
>> >> 54 Mbps but not to my home network.
>> >>
>> >> It is connected to a USB 2.0 port and as far as I
know
>> is
>> >> operating at the 2.0 standard. But then again if
it's
>> >> only operating at 1.0 speeds it would make sense why
>> it's
>> >> connecting at 11 mpbs.
>> >>
>> >>>-----Original Message-----
>> >>>Are they the MN-710 then?
>> >>>
>> >>>If that is the case I bet you have them connected to
a
>> >>
>> >> USB 1.1
>> >>
>> >>>connection or are having some sort of interference
>> >>
>> >> issue. If you have a
>> >>
>> >>>USB 2.0 port I would connect the MN-710 into that
>> because
>> >>
>> >> USB 1.1 only
>> >>
>> >>>supports up to 12 mbps where as USB 2.0 supports over
>> 400
>> >>
>> >> mbps.
>> >>
>> >>>Other wise you may have to tell us the OS involved &
>> >>
>> >> which NIC you are
>> >>
>> >>>using.
>> >>>
>> >>>Mike wrote:
>> >>>
>> >>>
>> >>>>I have 2 Microsoft external Wireless G cards and
have
>> >>>>connected them via a Peer to Peer connection. I can
>> >>
>> >> only
>> >>
>> >>>>get them to connect at 11mbps. Is it possible to
have
>> >>>>them connect at 54mbps? or is 54 only possible with
a
>> >>>>router or base station?
>> >>>>
>> >>>>TIA!
>> >>>
>> >>>.
>> >>>
>> >
>> >.
>> >
>
>
>.
>
August 6, 2004 3:14:39 PM

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I don't have this option in my advanced tab in the Device
Manager. :( 
>-----Original Message-----
>It sounds like you are using the MN-710 in what is
called ad-hoc mode. The
>standard maximum connection speed for this mode is
11Mbps. Since you are
>using two MN-710 adapters, you can put them both into a
special mode that
>will allow for a higher connection speed. You need to
set this on the
>Advanced tab of the MN-710 from Device Manager. The
parameter is
>IBSS54gtmMode. Either 54g80211bCompatible or
54gPerformance should work, but
>you probably need to make sure they are the same.
>
>--
>Neel Malik
>Program Manager
>Microsoft Corporation
>
>This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and
confers no rights.
>
>
>
>"Mike" <anonymous@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in
message
>news:0e4c01c47b22$db5fce10$a401280a@phx.gbl...
>> Will do. Thanks for the help!
>> >-----Original Message-----
>> >It is most likely wireless interference. Try changing
>> the channel.
>> >
>> >Mike wrote:
>> >
>> >> They both are MN-710s and both computers are WinXP.
>> The
>> >> mobile PC will connect to my buddy's wireless
network
>> at
>> >> 54 Mbps but not to my home network.
>> >>
>> >> It is connected to a USB 2.0 port and as far as I
know
>> is
>> >> operating at the 2.0 standard. But then again if
it's
>> >> only operating at 1.0 speeds it would make sense why
>> it's
>> >> connecting at 11 mpbs.
>> >>
>> >>>-----Original Message-----
>> >>>Are they the MN-710 then?
>> >>>
>> >>>If that is the case I bet you have them connected
to a
>> >>
>> >> USB 1.1
>> >>
>> >>>connection or are having some sort of interference
>> >>
>> >> issue. If you have a
>> >>
>> >>>USB 2.0 port I would connect the MN-710 into that
>> because
>> >>
>> >> USB 1.1 only
>> >>
>> >>>supports up to 12 mbps where as USB 2.0 supports
over
>> 400
>> >>
>> >> mbps.
>> >>
>> >>>Other wise you may have to tell us the OS involved &
>> >>
>> >> which NIC you are
>> >>
>> >>>using.
>> >>>
>> >>>Mike wrote:
>> >>>
>> >>>
>> >>>>I have 2 Microsoft external Wireless G cards and
have
>> >>>>connected them via a Peer to Peer connection. I
can
>> >>
>> >> only
>> >>
>> >>>>get them to connect at 11mbps. Is it possible to
have
>> >>>>them connect at 54mbps? or is 54 only possible
with a
>> >>>>router or base station?
>> >>>>
>> >>>>TIA!
>> >>>
>> >>>.
>> >>>
>> >
>> >.
>> >
>
>
>.
>
Anonymous
August 6, 2004 5:05:01 PM

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You are right. I was looking at the INF for the MN-720, which has this
capability. The MN-710 only supports what the 802.11g standard supports
which is 11Mbps for ad-hoc.

--
Neel Malik
Program Manager
Microsoft Corporation

This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no rights.



"Mike" <anonymous@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:158f01c47be1$3cf39170$a301280a@phx.gbl...
> I don't have this option in my advanced tab in the Device
> Manager. :( 
> >-----Original Message-----
> >It sounds like you are using the MN-710 in what is
> called ad-hoc mode. The
> >standard maximum connection speed for this mode is
> 11Mbps. Since you are
> >using two MN-710 adapters, you can put them both into a
> special mode that
> >will allow for a higher connection speed. You need to
> set this on the
> >Advanced tab of the MN-710 from Device Manager. The
> parameter is
> >IBSS54gtmMode. Either 54g80211bCompatible or
> 54gPerformance should work, but
> >you probably need to make sure they are the same.
> >
> >--
> >Neel Malik
> >Program Manager
> >Microsoft Corporation
> >
> >This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and
> confers no rights.
> >
> >
> >
> >"Mike" <anonymous@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in
> message
> >news:0e4c01c47b22$db5fce10$a401280a@phx.gbl...
> >> Will do. Thanks for the help!
> >> >-----Original Message-----
> >> >It is most likely wireless interference. Try changing
> >> the channel.
> >> >
> >> >Mike wrote:
> >> >
> >> >> They both are MN-710s and both computers are WinXP.
> >> The
> >> >> mobile PC will connect to my buddy's wireless
> network
> >> at
> >> >> 54 Mbps but not to my home network.
> >> >>
> >> >> It is connected to a USB 2.0 port and as far as I
> know
> >> is
> >> >> operating at the 2.0 standard. But then again if
> it's
> >> >> only operating at 1.0 speeds it would make sense why
> >> it's
> >> >> connecting at 11 mpbs.
> >> >>
> >> >>>-----Original Message-----
> >> >>>Are they the MN-710 then?
> >> >>>
> >> >>>If that is the case I bet you have them connected
> to a
> >> >>
> >> >> USB 1.1
> >> >>
> >> >>>connection or are having some sort of interference
> >> >>
> >> >> issue. If you have a
> >> >>
> >> >>>USB 2.0 port I would connect the MN-710 into that
> >> because
> >> >>
> >> >> USB 1.1 only
> >> >>
> >> >>>supports up to 12 mbps where as USB 2.0 supports
> over
> >> 400
> >> >>
> >> >> mbps.
> >> >>
> >> >>>Other wise you may have to tell us the OS involved &
> >> >>
> >> >> which NIC you are
> >> >>
> >> >>>using.
> >> >>>
> >> >>>Mike wrote:
> >> >>>
> >> >>>
> >> >>>>I have 2 Microsoft external Wireless G cards and
> have
> >> >>>>connected them via a Peer to Peer connection. I
> can
> >> >>
> >> >> only
> >> >>
> >> >>>>get them to connect at 11mbps. Is it possible to
> have
> >> >>>>them connect at 54mbps? or is 54 only possible
> with a
> >> >>>>router or base station?
> >> >>>>
> >> >>>>TIA!
> >> >>>
> >> >>>.
> >> >>>
> >> >
> >> >.
> >> >
> >
> >
> >.
> >
August 6, 2004 5:33:14 PM

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Is there a way to configure a peer to peer network without
using ad-hoc? Or do I just need to get a router?
>-----Original Message-----
>You are right. I was looking at the INF for the MN-720,
which has this
>capability. The MN-710 only supports what the 802.11g
standard supports
>which is 11Mbps for ad-hoc.
>
>--
>Neel Malik
>Program Manager
>Microsoft Corporation
>
>This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and
confers no rights.
>
>
>
>"Mike" <anonymous@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in
message
>news:158f01c47be1$3cf39170$a301280a@phx.gbl...
>> I don't have this option in my advanced tab in the
Device
>> Manager. :( 
>> >-----Original Message-----
>> >It sounds like you are using the MN-710 in what is
>> called ad-hoc mode. The
>> >standard maximum connection speed for this mode is
>> 11Mbps. Since you are
>> >using two MN-710 adapters, you can put them both into a
>> special mode that
>> >will allow for a higher connection speed. You need to
>> set this on the
>> >Advanced tab of the MN-710 from Device Manager. The
>> parameter is
>> >IBSS54gtmMode. Either 54g80211bCompatible or
>> 54gPerformance should work, but
>> >you probably need to make sure they are the same.
>> >
>> >--
>> >Neel Malik
>> >Program Manager
>> >Microsoft Corporation
>> >
>> >This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties,
and
>> confers no rights.
>> >
>> >
>> >
>> >"Mike" <anonymous@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in
>> message
>> >news:0e4c01c47b22$db5fce10$a401280a@phx.gbl...
>> >> Will do. Thanks for the help!
>> >> >-----Original Message-----
>> >> >It is most likely wireless interference. Try
changing
>> >> the channel.
>> >> >
>> >> >Mike wrote:
>> >> >
>> >> >> They both are MN-710s and both computers are
WinXP.
>> >> The
>> >> >> mobile PC will connect to my buddy's wireless
>> network
>> >> at
>> >> >> 54 Mbps but not to my home network.
>> >> >>
>> >> >> It is connected to a USB 2.0 port and as far as I
>> know
>> >> is
>> >> >> operating at the 2.0 standard. But then again if
>> it's
>> >> >> only operating at 1.0 speeds it would make sense
why
>> >> it's
>> >> >> connecting at 11 mpbs.
>> >> >>
>> >> >>>-----Original Message-----
>> >> >>>Are they the MN-710 then?
>> >> >>>
>> >> >>>If that is the case I bet you have them connected
>> to a
>> >> >>
>> >> >> USB 1.1
>> >> >>
>> >> >>>connection or are having some sort of interference
>> >> >>
>> >> >> issue. If you have a
>> >> >>
>> >> >>>USB 2.0 port I would connect the MN-710 into that
>> >> because
>> >> >>
>> >> >> USB 1.1 only
>> >> >>
>> >> >>>supports up to 12 mbps where as USB 2.0 supports
>> over
>> >> 400
>> >> >>
>> >> >> mbps.
>> >> >>
>> >> >>>Other wise you may have to tell us the OS
involved &
>> >> >>
>> >> >> which NIC you are
>> >> >>
>> >> >>>using.
>> >> >>>
>> >> >>>Mike wrote:
>> >> >>>
>> >> >>>
>> >> >>>>I have 2 Microsoft external Wireless G cards and
>> have
>> >> >>>>connected them via a Peer to Peer connection. I
>> can
>> >> >>
>> >> >> only
>> >> >>
>> >> >>>>get them to connect at 11mbps. Is it possible to
>> have
>> >> >>>>them connect at 54mbps? or is 54 only possible
>> with a
>> >> >>>>router or base station?
>> >> >>>>
>> >> >>>>TIA!
>> >> >>>
>> >> >>>.
>> >> >>>
>> >> >
>> >> >.
>> >> >
>> >
>> >
>> >.
>> >
>
>
>.
>
Anonymous
August 6, 2004 9:01:55 PM

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No, there isn't. You need to get a router.

--
Neel Malik
Program Manager
Microsoft Corporation

This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no rights.



"Mike" <anonymous@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:198d01c47bf4$98ff6e90$a401280a@phx.gbl...
> Is there a way to configure a peer to peer network without
> using ad-hoc? Or do I just need to get a router?
> >-----Original Message-----
> >You are right. I was looking at the INF for the MN-720,
> which has this
> >capability. The MN-710 only supports what the 802.11g
> standard supports
> >which is 11Mbps for ad-hoc.
> >
> >--
> >Neel Malik
> >Program Manager
> >Microsoft Corporation
> >
> >This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and
> confers no rights.
> >
> >
> >
> >"Mike" <anonymous@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in
> message
> >news:158f01c47be1$3cf39170$a301280a@phx.gbl...
> >> I don't have this option in my advanced tab in the
> Device
> >> Manager. :( 
> >> >-----Original Message-----
> >> >It sounds like you are using the MN-710 in what is
> >> called ad-hoc mode. The
> >> >standard maximum connection speed for this mode is
> >> 11Mbps. Since you are
> >> >using two MN-710 adapters, you can put them both into a
> >> special mode that
> >> >will allow for a higher connection speed. You need to
> >> set this on the
> >> >Advanced tab of the MN-710 from Device Manager. The
> >> parameter is
> >> >IBSS54gtmMode. Either 54g80211bCompatible or
> >> 54gPerformance should work, but
> >> >you probably need to make sure they are the same.
> >> >
> >> >--
> >> >Neel Malik
> >> >Program Manager
> >> >Microsoft Corporation
> >> >
> >> >This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties,
> and
> >> confers no rights.
> >> >
> >> >
> >> >
> >> >"Mike" <anonymous@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in
> >> message
> >> >news:0e4c01c47b22$db5fce10$a401280a@phx.gbl...
> >> >> Will do. Thanks for the help!
> >> >> >-----Original Message-----
> >> >> >It is most likely wireless interference. Try
> changing
> >> >> the channel.
> >> >> >
> >> >> >Mike wrote:
> >> >> >
> >> >> >> They both are MN-710s and both computers are
> WinXP.
> >> >> The
> >> >> >> mobile PC will connect to my buddy's wireless
> >> network
> >> >> at
> >> >> >> 54 Mbps but not to my home network.
> >> >> >>
> >> >> >> It is connected to a USB 2.0 port and as far as I
> >> know
> >> >> is
> >> >> >> operating at the 2.0 standard. But then again if
> >> it's
> >> >> >> only operating at 1.0 speeds it would make sense
> why
> >> >> it's
> >> >> >> connecting at 11 mpbs.
> >> >> >>
> >> >> >>>-----Original Message-----
> >> >> >>>Are they the MN-710 then?
> >> >> >>>
> >> >> >>>If that is the case I bet you have them connected
> >> to a
> >> >> >>
> >> >> >> USB 1.1
> >> >> >>
> >> >> >>>connection or are having some sort of interference
> >> >> >>
> >> >> >> issue. If you have a
> >> >> >>
> >> >> >>>USB 2.0 port I would connect the MN-710 into that
> >> >> because
> >> >> >>
> >> >> >> USB 1.1 only
> >> >> >>
> >> >> >>>supports up to 12 mbps where as USB 2.0 supports
> >> over
> >> >> 400
> >> >> >>
> >> >> >> mbps.
> >> >> >>
> >> >> >>>Other wise you may have to tell us the OS
> involved &
> >> >> >>
> >> >> >> which NIC you are
> >> >> >>
> >> >> >>>using.
> >> >> >>>
> >> >> >>>Mike wrote:
> >> >> >>>
> >> >> >>>
> >> >> >>>>I have 2 Microsoft external Wireless G cards and
> >> have
> >> >> >>>>connected them via a Peer to Peer connection. I
> >> can
> >> >> >>
> >> >> >> only
> >> >> >>
> >> >> >>>>get them to connect at 11mbps. Is it possible to
> >> have
> >> >> >>>>them connect at 54mbps? or is 54 only possible
> >> with a
> >> >> >>>>router or base station?
> >> >> >>>>
> >> >> >>>>TIA!
> >> >> >>>
> >> >> >>>.
> >> >> >>>
> >> >> >
> >> >> >.
> >> >> >
> >> >
> >> >
> >> >.
> >> >
> >
> >
> >.
> >
!