Users on my home LAN if they are connected to one of the access point's are experiencing significantly reduced download speeds. The way my LAN is designed is as follows.
1. There is a Huawei+adsl+modem+hg532d which is ISP supplied. This is set to bridge mode. It has an incoming fibre optic line which is split into a telephone line and a fibre line via a splitter.
2. My Mikrotik router is connected to this model with a CAT6 cable. The router's model is as follows.
board-name: hAP ac^2
3. My primary desktop and a range of other devices are connected to the ports of the router.
4. There is also a 1GBPS witch that is connected to one of the ports of the router.
The problem is in my bedroom where there is a netgear access point. It is giving me an upload speed of 415MBPS but a download speed of 48MBPS. This is beyond strange because on my primary desktop, I get speeds of 850MBPS down and 927MBPS up.
I have checked the cables and as far as I can tell, they are ok and show 1GBPS. I appreciate there is a speed reduction as you add devices but this is a drastic reduction.
When I talk about speed, I mean speed while browsing the internet. I checked the speed by connecting to the access point in the bedroom with a cable and running the speed test at http://www.speedtest.net.
Where do I start troubleshooting? My router logs do not tell me anything useful and the ISP checked the speed which is ok.
here is the router config.