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Config - Advanced - Asus WL-130N User Manual

For 802.11n draft, 802.11g & 802.11b networks.
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Chapter 3 - Software Reference
Encryption – Click this link to show the "Encryption" tab.
Advanced – Click this link to show the "Advanced" tab. In most cases, the
default values do not have to be changed.
Troubleshooting – Click on this to show the Troubleshooting utility.

Config - Advanced

Click Advanced link on Config-Basic
page to show this tab. This tab allows
you to set up additional parameters for
the wireless Adapter. We recommend
using the default values for all items in
this window.
RTS Threshold (0-237)
The RTS/CTS (Request to Send/Clear
to Send) function is used to minimize collisions among wireless stations.
When RTS/CTS is enabled, the router refrains from sending a data frame until
another RTS/CTS handshake is completed. Enable RTS/CTS by setting a
specific packet size threshold. The default value (2347) is recommended.
Fragmentation Threshold (256-236)
Fragmentation is used to divide 802.11 frames into smaller pieces (fragments)
that are sent separately to the destination. Enable fragmentation by setting
a specific packet size threshold. If there is an excessive number of collisions
on the WLAN, experiment with different fragmentation values to increase the
reliability of frame transmissions. The default value (2000) is recommended for
normal use.
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