What operational change will occur if an 802.11b client associates with an access point that is currently supporting clients utilizing 802.11g?

IT Questions BankCategory: CCNA 3 v4What operational change will occur if an 802.11b client associates with an access point that is currently supporting clients utilizing 802.11g?

What operational change will occur if an 802.11b client associates with an access point that is currently supporting clients utilizing 802.11g?

  • The 802.11g clients will disassociate from the AP.
  • The 802.11g clients will operate at reduced speeds.
  • The 802.11b client will never gain access to the channel.
  • The 802.11b client will not be able to establish an IP session with any of the other 802.11g clients.

Exam with this question: CCNA Exploration 3: ESwitching Final Exam


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