05-08-2023 01:20 AM
I have a customer who measures between 400 and 500 Mbit/s between his APs which are on a multi-gigabit switch. I have seen similar values in a completely different setup in our office. The Wifi speeds are between 600 and 1300 Mbit/s depending on the client and they are fine so far.
Does anyone have an idea why the speedflex between the APs is so slow? I would expect between 800 and 950 Mbit/s.
05-08-2023 11:45 AM
Hello! When you say 'speedflex between APs in multigigabit switch' it makes me think you refer to a test in the wired connection. Or are you referring to the wireless data rate for the clients?
05-08-2023 12:16 PM
Thank you for your reply. I am referring to this view
It is clearly a speed test between APs and it must be the wired connection because I get the same results for APs that are clearly too far away to see each other over the air.
05-08-2023 12:22 PM
Thanks for clarifying.
I would not think this behavior can be explained by the APs, as this measures the performance through the wired network. I would first check if the evidence in the switches is congruent with the results seen on the APs.
05-15-2023 12:47 AM
I don't understand what you mean 'check if the evidence in the switches is congruent with the results seen on the APs'
- shall I check the LAN Port speed negotiated on the switch?
- shall I mirror the switch port of an AP to another port and capture packets and then evaulate the throughput with wireshark