01-20-2012 07:22 PM
01-21-2012 04:23 PM - edited 01-21-2012 04:26 PM
You can try the following settings:
A] With the help of Cisco Connect Software (if at all you have installed the router with the help of this software)
1] Open the software and go to the option which says "Router Settings"
2] Then click on the option which says "Advanced Settings" which will take you to the router's configuration page.
3] Then go to the Wireless tab, keep network mode as mixed,
For Channel Settings of 2.4 GHz you can make Channel Width to 20 MHz only and Channel to 6, 9, 11..
For Channel Settings of 5 GHz you can make Channel Width to 20 MHz only and Channel to 40 or 161...
B] If you haven't installed Cisco Connect then you can log on to the router's user interface using it's default IP address in the browser which is 192.168.1.1 and type in 'admin' as the password leaving the user name field blank. This will take you to the router's web interface and then follow steps as mentioned above to make the changes.
01-21-2012 09:22 PM
WMM is required for those devices to be able to use 802.11n, so I'm assuming that when you turn it off, it's only able to use the 2.4ghz network because it can use 802.11b or 802.11g instead of 802.11n.
As for what is getting priority, I'm not a QoS expert, but normal web browsing shouldn't have a priority over anything, but since this router doesn't do auto QoS for wired connections, but you should probably set up QoS in a way that gives the devices you want an advantage over regular traffic.