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Discussion in 'Mac OS X Server, Xserve, and Networking' started by bobj210, Jan 14, 2009.
I have a Macbook Pro connected to a time capsule. How can I tell if I am connected via 802.11n?
Option-Click on the Airport icon in your menu bar. If the Transmit Rate shows something > 54, then you are getting 802.11n speeds.
I use the 802.11n/g compatible mode, and routinely see 130 for my speeds...
This thread is old, but was glad to find the answer so I'm saying thanks.
I would have to say thanks as well, as old as it is I'm finding it valuable as of today. Still works great, that option click is a nugget.
Old but very helpful thread
I noticed when alt + clicking the Airport icon in the menu bar it says
PHY mode : 802.11g
I guess that means it's connected with wireless g and not n