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Topic # 128681 19-Aug-2013 18:32
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I have recently installed insider but can not find the answer in the "Learn" section. I was at my fathers on the weekend and noticed some of the surrounding Wi-Fi AP's were using 2 channels which over lapped channel 1. Why would you set up two channels on the one AP and what are the benefits/detriments?

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  Reply # 881153 19-Aug-2013 18:35
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It's AP's which use channel bonding to achieve theoretical bandwidth on 802.11n



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  Reply # 881159 19-Aug-2013 18:46
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Cheers for the link JamesL.. Good for the person setting it up but could interfere with the neighbours...great

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