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Intel Ax200 Network card commands

Lord_Percy
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I am using many Intel AX200 network cards in a Windows 10 environment for wireless connectivity - I need to be able to view the detailed connection settings - such as the MCS value and RSSI and ideally the NSS - number of spatial streams.

I have been using netsh commands - such as "netsh wlan sh interfaces" and "netsh wlan sh wirelesscapabilities" - none of these appear to display the information I require.

Is there a way to obtain this information, hopefully via a set of commands - similar to the WL commands for the broadcom network cards I use as well.

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Jean_Intel
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Hello Lord_Percy,

 

Thank you for posting on the Intel️® communities. We are sorry for the delayed response. We would be happy to assist you with your inquiries.

 

We will do further research on this matter and post the response on this thread once available.

 

Best regards,

Jean O. 

Intel Customer Support Technician


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Jean_Intel
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Hello Lord_Percy,

 

Thank you for posting on the Intel️® communities. We are sorry for the delayed response. We would be happy to assist you with your inquiries.

 

We will do further research on this matter and post the response on this thread once available.

 

Best regards,

Jean O. 

Intel Customer Support Technician


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Steven_Intel
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Hello Lord_Percy,

 

Many thanks for your patience on this matter.

 

The Windows OS command 'netsh wlan show wirelesscapabilities' would show the numbers of RX and TX spatial streams, and the 'netsh wlan show all' shows the Signal (RSSI) of the available Access Points. The MCS index and more data can be obtained from third party tools.

 

For Intel's debug tools, we suggest contacting your Intel rep directly for this request.

 

Please keep in mind that this thread will no longer be monitored by Intel.

 

Thank you for your understanding.

 

Best regards,

 

Steven G.
Intel Customer Support Technician.

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