If i have an 802.11g device, will that slow down my 802.11N or 802.11AC devices when using this router?
- Asked by fn from Richmond
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2 Answers from the Community
as per apple documentation and disclaimer on the bottom of the page:
"Speed and range will be less if an 802.11a/b/g product joins the network"
- Answered by Eric B from Bronx
No it's independent of other devices on the net. The router will negotiate with the device available protocol independently of other devices, that means the slow one will use a slower speed while using a faster speed with the faster devices. Mind you that there will be a limit of number of devices connected (I believe it's 50 users for this router) and how fast it will be able to handle everyone on that network.
- Answered by Jean-claude D from Peabody