On this page you can configure the advanced 802.11g wireless settings. Any new settings will not take effect until the device is rebooted.
Transmitted wireless packets larger than this size will be fragmented to maintain performance in noisy wireless networks. The valid range is 256..65535. Values larger than about 1560 will prevent fragmentation from taking place.
Transmitted wireless packets larger than this size will use the RTS/CTS protocol to (a) maintain performance in noisy wireless networks and (b) prevent hidden nodes from degrading performance. The valid range is 1..65535. Values larger than about 1560 will prevent RTS/CTS from taking place.
Access point beacons are sent out periodically. This is the number of milliseconds between each beacon. The valid range is 20..1000.
This controls the rate at which broadcast and multicast packets are delivered to stations in power save mode. A value of '1' means send these packets after each beacon, '2' means after every second beacon, etc. The valid range is 1..255.
Check this box to enable support for sending regional information to the stations.
Select Antenna Transmit Power.