I am using MR-46 AP's that is Wifi-6 compatible, but all clients atr getting WIfi-5 speed, how i can resolve this issue.
Different standards of Wi-Fi :
These are the Wi-Fi standards that evolved from 1997 to 2021. In 1997 IEEE created one standard and gave the name 802.11.
IEEE 802.11 –
IEEE 802.11a –
IEEE 802.11b –
IEEE 802.11g –
IEEE 802.11n –
IEEE 802.11ac –
IEEE 802.11ax –
You can check the Wifi adapter properties to know if the device supports or not 802.11ax.
This information is wildly inaccurate without context applied i.e. 802.11ax 'User will get 10 Gbps of maximum speed' is just straight up incorrect unless stated as 'theoretical' in nature only.
The main difference between Wifi5 and Wifi 6 is 1024-QAM modulation instead of 256-QAM. The rest didn't turn out to be useful in the wild for now. But to take advantage of 1024-QAM the WiFi-6 client needs to be quite close to the AP which is most often not the case. The result is that Wifi6 and Wifi5 are not really that different.
I second ww's answer. Make sure in your RF profiles (wireless -> radio configuration) the disable ax button is not checked.
If you are using a client that is also WiFi rated then it will associate to the SSID using WiFi 6 tech.
You can check by performing a wireless capture on a neighboring access pointt to see in the radiotap header if it is using HE instead of VHT.
Before we can assist you any further, you'll have to let us know what the client machine is. Specifically if you can let us know what the actual network interface card (NIC) model is.