The Fat Channel is the section of a StudioLive mixer that delivers a compressor, limiter, gate/expander, and four-band parametric EQ on every input channel and mix bus. Clients hearing this information must transmit in the secondary channel only. TheEther.
Bonsoir à tous, En allant voir dans les paramètres avancé de ma carte wifi (Broadcom 802.11 bgn) , je suis tombé sur le "40MHz Intolerant".
Highlighted. C. Access points hearing this information must use the default 40 MHz channel bandwidth. - Fat Channel Intolerant: Disabled - Mixed Mode Protection: CTS-to-self Enabled - Roaming Aggressiveness: 1.Lowest - Transit power: 5. Both the clients and access points hearing this information must no longer aggregate MPDU frames. the fat channel/40mhz intolerant client will connect at ht20 & the network stays at ht40 for other devices, no lag, no drops.
My gateway (modem / router combination) has the following settings: Wireless Network (Wi-Fi 2.4 GHz): Active. It also provides a highpass filter on every channel and aux bus and polarity invert for each input channel. Highest - Wireless Mode: 802.11b/g . D. In 802.11n, what does fat channel intolerance indicate? The N-2230 drivers are the latest I can find. Fat channel intolerant: Disabled Preferred band: No preference, or Prefer 5.2Ghz band Roaming aggressiveness: Medium (or less) Throughput enhancement: Disabled Transmit power: Highest Wireless mode: 802.11a/b/g HT mode: VHT mode Also, ensure QoS is DISABLED on the R7000. older atheros such as ar9200 are affected as well but not as bad, newer ar9300+ are severely affected by this
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What's the Fat Channel? with wndr3700v1 stock fw, fat channel/40mhz intolerant is overridden completely, it does not care about it. There is no "throughput enhancement" setting available. … Je voudrais donc savoir ce que c'est et surtout le quel choisir entre Disabled et Enabled ? B. A.