I was recommend to change the SSID access security setting from AUTO(WPA or WPA2) with AUTO TKIP / AES to just WPA2/AES. Is that really better?
When a 802.11n laptop is connected with a AP through WPA1/TKIP, is there a bandwidth limit compared with WPA2/AES ?
It looks like WPA1TKIP give only 802.11g or a but WPA1/AES comes with 802.11n.
We use a 802.11x radius server and some domain joined laptops. the bandwidth is always only 54Mbps, when they are connected to wireless network and in the SSID access security setting, it is WPA-(WPA or Auto)-802.1X with TKIP. Should I change it to WPA2-(WPA2 enterprise)-802.1X with AES? does it give me higher bandwidth because WPA2/AES is capable with 802.11n??
I am a beginner in wireless network. Cheers.