Wireless N on 4402

I have a controller 4402 with 19 access points.  They are all currently 802.11 g, but I would like to activate 802.11n.  I under firmware 5.1.151.0, and in the tab at the top, wireless 802.11b/g/n, under high flow, I checked out 11n Mode and all the boxes to the right.  However, it only allows customers to connect to 54 Mbit/s to G.  How can I activate N?

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First off I'll assume with this version of code, you use 1252 AP since it's 802.11n AP only supported in version 5.1.  To get CSM rates make sure that your WLAN active WMM is authorized and your safety is to be wide open with no encryption WPA2 with AES encryption.  These are the security modes that both allow CSM rates.

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