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  1. So I have an SA 5315 currently connected to the 3 5Ghz outputs of my ENH1750EXT, my question is, does order matter? The inputs of the antennas are clearly marked 1,2, and 3, while there is no indication of 1,2, or 3 on the corresponding AP outputs. My question stems from the fact that my SA5315 does not seem to have nearly the advertised range. I am getting a spotty signal at approximately .75 miles with clear line of sight to the antenna. I will be bringing an SA2312 online to the 2.4Ghz outputs of the same access point and don't want to run in to the same issues. Also when using a Sector Antenna with the ENH1750EXT, is there an ideal power setting to use for the WiFi transmission power. I am currently using "Green Mode" which does not allow for the modification of power levels, but there was an article that was referenced in another topic that said that the ideal settings for outdoor AP's were -17db on the 2,4Ghz band and -23db on the 5Ghz band. That too much power will make return communications difficult. Does this theory also hold true when using Sector Antennas? Will I achieve better range by disabling the green mode and setting the power to these settings, or does the power need to correspond to the db of the sector antenna? Also does band steering work when using sector antennas, or should I leave it off?
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