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 '''2005/06/21 DanFlett :''' The following link explains a lot about 802.11g Short Slot and G Mode Protection and other settings. 
 (http://www.oreillynet.com/pub/a/wireless/2003/08/08/wireless_throughput.html?page=1 http://www.oreillynet.com/pub/a/wireless/2003/08/08/wireless_throughput.html?page=1) 
-Basically, I'd say on the WRT54G under OpenWRT, set the NVRAM variable ''wl0_gmode=0'' which will set the radio to Legacy 802.11B mode.  You shouldn't have to worry about Shortslot then.  The default value of ''wl0_gmode'' is 6 which is AfterBurner (AKA SpeedBooster) mode.  Probably not a good mode to be in for long links.  Check out (http://wiki.openwrt.org/OpenWrtNVRAM this page) for more explanations of NVRAM variables. 
+Basically, I'd say on the WRT54G under OpenWRT, set the NVRAM variable ''wl0_gmode=0'' which will set the radio to Legacy 802.11B mode.  You shouldn't have to worry about Shortslot then.  The default (http://essayshelp.org/ essay help) value of ''wl0_gmode'' is 6 which is AfterBurner (AKA SpeedBooster) mode.  Probably not a good mode to be in for long links.  Check out (http://wiki.openwrt.org/OpenWrtNVRAM this page) for more explanations of NVRAM variables. 
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