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Gabe Frost

Note that there is a distinction between the full IEEE 802.11e spec and WiFi WMM, which is the 802.11e Baseline portion of the standard. I hadn't noticed that 802.11n certification implied 802.11e Baseline (WMM) as well. I'll poke around a little and try to get confirmation whether this is what we should expect from 11n clients and APs. Regardless of whether this is true, Windows Vista certified devices are guaranteed to properly implement WMM.

Martin

Hi Gabe,

Both The Draft 802.11n Standards document and material from the Wifi Alliance link 11e and 11n:

802.11n:
“An HT STA is also a QoS STA”

Wifi Association:
“Wi-Fi CERTIFIED 802.11n draft 2.0 products will also have the Wi-Fi Alliance security and QoS certifications – WPA/WPA2 and WMM – bringing security and high performance to mission critical applications in the enterprise and to bandwidth hungry multimedia applications in the home.”

Cheers,
Martin

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