No. that was about 11n support as I've explain in this thread I understand 
there's no 11n support for USB 

I'm posting about poor performance on 11b/g so it is indeed a different issue. 
Sorry if I was not clear enough in the report.


On 28 November 2014 01:39:58 WET, Kevin Lo <ke...@freebsd.org> wrote:
>On Thu, Nov 27, 2014 at 05:08:15PM +0000, Miguel Clara wrote:
>> 
>> I've mailing the list before about and issue with 5Ghtz which I then
>found
>> was actually the fact that 11n is not supported on USB cards!
>> 
>> Still I have a 100/10 fibre connection, and I've been testing some
>FreeBSD
>> 11-current stuff on the laptop with this card (the on-board card is
>not
>> supported by freebsd)
>> 
>> I'm very close to the router and can't get a better connection than
>7-8M
>> download and on local speeds its not better than that (tested with
>iperf).
>> 
>> The on-board card is a Broadcom 4333 and I got better performance
>with this
>> one (using ndis) but it crashes a lot so its not really a better
>option.
>> 
>> To be clear the card is connected to the 2.4Ghtz network which
>accepts
>> N/G/B, I have the 5Ghtz set to N only as this is currently the only
>device
>> at home using 2.4Ghtz.
>> 
>> I don't expect getting the full 54M limit but this is really poor!
>> 
>> What info can I post to better investigate?
>
>We answered your question, no?
>https://lists.freebsd.org/pipermail/freebsd-wireless/2014-August/004912.html
>
>> 
>> Melhores Cumprimentos // Best Regards
>> -----------------------------------------------
>> *Miguel Clara*
>
>       Kevin

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