> I did not test, but I would like to know how nst13 is performing?
pretty well. It doesn't do miracles, but that's not expected :)
> did you use turbo mode and how is it working?
which one? Forget G-Turbo in urban areas, it requires completely clean environment, so... living room would do it :) A-Turbo is usable more... nobody knows until when.
> also does when you select b/g mode, does b stations see it?
I don't know, didn't try. But you definitely can't connect to nstreme AP without nstreme client, that leaves you only one choice: mikrotik. No standard B or G radio / CPE / etc. will be ever able to connect to nstreme mikrotik AP, that's obvious because Nstreme is proprietary protocol of MTik.
> You should also set rate-set=configured
oh men, am I really dumb? Of course, I have default there, I will try this one today evening. But I have the feeling that -59dB signal is sufficient for 54Mbps operation and when I didn't have restriction to 36Mbps on client and AP, I ALWAYS had 54Mbps in monitor. Restricting to 36Mbps on both sides brought that down to 36, but not always - as I said, there are jumps above 36.
> I know the Atheros protocol is supposed to handle all the speed shifts etc, but it really does not perform well.
yeah, we don't live in world of miracles... :)