01-11-2010 01:17 AM
Thanks for the reply, but can you confirm that they actually work at 300 Mbps in ad-hoc mode.
Sorry if I appear sceptical, but the majority of 802.11n adapters from other manufacturers support ad-hoc but only at 54 Mbps. They don't tell you that in the blurb of course, which is the reason for my scepticism - once bitten twice shy! It was the same when 802.11g was new - most cards only supported 11 Mbps in ad-hoc, and even now many need software tweaks to get them up to 54Mbps.
Can I ask if you've actually tested this on any of these devices?
If so, I'd feel a lot more confident.