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While I was testing a PTP link with a couple of Cisco 3702E, I noticed a not very common data rate, at least different than we are used to see with the normal MCS index.
After doing to research and reaching out a couple of friends about it, I finally found how to interpret it, it happens to be a 802.11ac data rate, one that cisco uses now, at least in autnomous APs.
Thank you for reading!
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