What is the difference between Dynamic 108M and Static 108M?


What is dynamic 108M? Why is my network card configuration software showing 54M? What is the difference between static and 108M? With these questions, follow the small series to see the following.

The dynamic 108M feature is designed to be compatible with common 802.11B and 802.11G products. To meet the 11M, 54M and 108M simultaneous access in the network, the working principle of the dynamic 108M mode is to switch between 54M and 108M modes, but this switching is internal and cannot be performed externally. In the configuration software of the network card, we can see The connection rate to will always be 54M. In addition, if there are fixed 802.11B and 802.11G products in your environment, you can't switch to 108M mode. In this case, we recommend you use 54M mode.

If your environment is a 108M network card, but in a few cases there may be a customer carrying a laptop (ordinary wireless network card) to access your company network, you can use the dynamic 108M mode.

Conversely, static 108M is fixed in 108M mode. Only NICs that support 108M mode can be connected, while other common 802.11B and 802.11G products cannot be connected, but this mode is for signal strength and The quality requirements are also relatively high.

Note: 108M technology (SUPER G) is not an IEEE standard technology. Wireless products from different manufacturers may not be connected on the connection (not found yet), poor connection performance (bad signal, unstable) Etc., so we recommend that you choose the same manufacturer's wireless network card, wireless routing and wireless AP

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