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  Reply # 151454 25-Jul-2008 22:10
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so i have finally got my wag160n up and running but i am not sure about the channels. It is currently set up with channel 9 as the primary channel on wide band and channel 11 as the secondary. Does this mean the wireless N works on 9 and the other laptops on channel 9 G or can i make both channel 11 so N and G are on the same channel. I am confused and the linksys handbook doesn't help.
also I can't find the attenuation information on the router home page. Does anyone know how to get this. I think i have gone through every option.

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Reply # 151600 26-Jul-2008 15:33
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mortonman: so i have finally got my wag160n up and running but i am not sure about the channels. It is currently set up with channel 9 as the primary channel on wide band and channel 11 as the secondary. Does this mean the wireless N works on 9 and the other laptops on channel 9 G or can i make both channel 11 so N and G are on the same channel. I am confused and the linksys handbook doesn't help.
also I can't find the attenuation information on the router home page. Does anyone know how to get this. I think i have gone through every option.

mortonman
Hey man. Go to your Router Homepage & click on Status/DSL, in there it should show your Line Speed & Attenuation/SNR etc, let me know how you get on. :-)



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  Reply # 151655 26-Jul-2008 19:48
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It only shows downstream and upstream speeds
Status:Up
dw(vt_dsr); Downstream Rate:3505 Kbps
dw(vt_usr); Upstream Rate:166 Kbps
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dw(vt_pvcconn); PVC Connection  
   
dw(vt_encap); Encapsulation:RFC 2364 PPPoA
dw(vt_multi); Multiplexing:VC
dw(vqos); QoS:UBR
dw(vt_pcrr); PCR: 
dw(vt_scrr); SCR: 
dw(vt_autodt); Autodetect:Disable
dw(vz_vpi); VPI:0
dw(vz_vci); VCI:100
dw(vbenable); Enable:1
dw(vt_pvcs); PVC Status:Up

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