My recent review of Cisco's Linksys EA2700 set me off on a discovery mission, the results of which I think will save wear and tear on a lot of foreheads (and walls). The short story is that if you've been having trouble trying to get your 11n clients to connect to your router at link rates higher than 130 Mbps (144 Mbps for some brand routers) in the 2.4 GHz band, you might not be doing anything wrong. What you may be finding is that your router is operating as designed.
Note: The following descriptions apply both to wireless routers and access points (AP). Both terms are used interchangeably.
All BreezeNET-B hardwares are the same. Throughput is locked at the firmware level. You need to purchase this license. Each radio of the link will require this license.
B14 -> B28
B14 -> B100
B28 -> B100
Please send us the MAC addresses of the MGT port of the radio.
Get the latest firmware and follow the steps below using the Windows's built-in tftp command.
C:/>tftp -i IPAddress put A6_6_2.bz private.bz
A6_6_2.bz firmware filename for BU
S6_6_2.bz firmware filename for RB
private is the admin password of the unit’s management.
Wait to message about successful transfer. Entry telnet then –unit control –> flash memory control-> Show Flash Versions - verify that new version is in shadow memory.
Reset and Boot from Shadow Version wait the unit will rebooted and enter again to telnet.
From the same Flash memory control verify that unit running from shadow and then Use Running Version After Reset.