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why is my -p throughput so low

Wed Aug 24, 2011 9:32 pm

hi all i'm running a rb411 with r52 and it's client side tx and rx rates keep going up down up down and my throughput is low here is mon

status: connected-to-ess

band: 2ghz-g

frequency: 2457MHz

wireless-protocol: 802.11

tx-rate: 1.0Mbps

rx-rate: 1.0Mbps


signal-strength: -81dBm

signal-strength-ch0: -81dBm

tx-signal-strength: -89dBm

noise-floor: -102dBm

signal-to-noise: 21dB

tx-ccq: 159%

rx-ccq: 64%

p-throughput: 937

overall-tx-ccq: 159%

authenticated-clients: 1

current-distance: 39

wds-link: no

bridge: no

nstreme: no

framing-mode: none

routeros-version: 2.9.31

802.1x-port-enabled: yes

management-protection: no

compression: no

wmm-enabled: yes

current-tx-powers: 1Mbps:19(19/19),
2Mbps:19(19/19),5.5Mbps:19(19/19),

11Mbps:19(19/19),6Mbps:19(19/19),9Mbps:19(19/19),

12Mbps:19(19/19),18Mbps:19(19/19),24Mbps:19(19/19),

36Mbps:18(18/18),48Mbps:17(17/17),54Mbps:16(16/16)

current-ofdm-errors: 137

current-cck-errors: 555

notify-external-fdb: no
 
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Re: why is my -p throughput so low

Wed Aug 24, 2011 10:05 pm

the signal betwee two radio is low.
it could be also disturbed.
check if frequency you use are free.
how is the setup of your system ? (wich antennas?)
post also your wireless configuration
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Re: why is my -p throughput so low

Fri Mar 30, 2012 9:02 am

the signal betwee two radio is low.
it could be also disturbed.
check if frequency you use are free.
how is the setup of your system ? (wich antennas?)
post also your wireless configuration
I have the same problem with RB433, but I don't think so, it caused by signal strenght, i got -66 signal strenght, but p. throughput is 450.
 
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Re: why is my -p throughput so low

Fri Mar 30, 2012 9:24 pm

-66 could be a very very good signal.
how is your snr ?
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Re: why is my -p throughput so low

Sat Mar 31, 2012 8:28 am

-66 could be a very very good signal.
how is your snr ?
This is The screenshot, but sometime I got good P.Throughput
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Re: why is my -p throughput so low

Sat Mar 31, 2012 4:16 pm

your signal level is 20db better than other registrations.
it is not problem of signal level.
your ccq is too low.
the problem seems to be at client side
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Re: why is my -p throughput so low

Thu Apr 05, 2012 3:04 pm

your signal level is 20db better than other registrations.
it is not problem of signal level.
your ccq is too low.
the problem seems to be at client side

I don't Know, Any Suggestion ?
 
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Re: why is my -p throughput so low

Fri Apr 06, 2012 1:41 am

could be an interference.
try to change frequency
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Re: why is my -p throughput so low

Sun Dec 23, 2012 11:11 am

could be an interference.
try to change frequency
not about frequency

I found another forum to change adaptive noise immunity (ANI) and its god enough
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