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    Default What does this driver setting do? "IBSS 54g(tm) Mode"

    It's listed under my broadcom modem. Thing is my home network is G only. It would seem as if this driver setting wouldnt allow me to connect to my home network, yet I am.

    So what does this setting mean?

    There is also the setting for 54g - Auto and 54g - Performance. Should I try them out or no? Also if I change the setting will I beable to go back onto a B network?

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    Default Re: What does this driver setting do? "IBSS 54g(tm) Mode"

    Google is amazing, you should try it sometime, look what I found:

    http://www.linksysinfo.org/modules.p...howpage&pid=20
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