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lokize
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Wirelles can over 25mb of Download

Thu Jun 22, 2017 6:46 am

I configured my hap lite, but even with an internet of 60mb of download and 15mb of upload, I can not exceed 25mb in wirelles, being on the cable works perfectly, does anyone know any way to solve this problem?
 
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Re: Wirelles can over 25mb of Download

Fri Jun 23, 2017 9:18 am

It is not a problem
It is wireless functionality, depends of many factors:
Data rates negotiated
How many wireless devices are connected
SNR
Bandwith channel
Re transmissions
Noise
Device sensitive
802.11 standard (a,b,g,n,ac)
Upload and download
Etc.

Even if you have a good data rate, let's said 144 mbps, in the bes scnario you will reach 40% of this.
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Re: Wirelles can over 25mb of Download

Fri Jun 23, 2017 10:02 am

I've sold a lot of hAP lites. None of them get more than 25 mbps. I bought a $250 Mikrotik with 5Ghz AC. It maxes out at 40 mbps. I spent time testing and troubleshooting but was never to make it work faster. Now I buy DLink DIR-822 and am able to max out client's 150 mbps internet connection (using 5Ghz). I notice the range is half that of the dlink dir-822 as well.

I thought maybe the antennas were the key. So I bought a 24 port Mikrotik with 2 antennas, but same slow speeds. I never figured it out.
 
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Re: Wirelles can over 25mb of Download

Fri Jun 23, 2017 12:10 pm

It looks like bad configuration results only.
 
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Re: Wirelles can over 25mb of Download

Fri Jun 23, 2017 9:48 pm

I have the same problema.
I have fiber 300/30 but in the speed test it shows 20 mb download and 30 mb upload.
The connection shows 54 mb tx and 72 mb rx. I have tried with wap, map lite and hap lite.
 
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Re: Wirelles can over 25mb of Download

Fri Jun 23, 2017 9:56 pm

someone know fix this problem?
 
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Re: Wirelles can over 25mb of Download

Sat Jun 24, 2017 12:12 am

Post your konfig
 
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Re: Wirelles can over 25mb of Download

Sun Jun 25, 2017 12:25 am

My Config: From the default out-of-box config, I change SSID in wlan1 and in default security profile, I set Auth types to WPA-PSK, WPA2-PSK, aes ccm and I set the pre shared key. Thats all.

To troubleshoot the slow performance, I I tried changing band to 2Ghz-n only, freqency and channel width. All of which didn't change the performance. Under wireless registration, my tx/rx signal strength is -58 and Tx and Rx rate are both 150Mbps. During these tests I was the only one using the wifi.

I tried a RB912 fitted with an R11e-5HacD high power 802.11ac radio but again the 2.4Ghz would only get 20mbps and 5Ghz would get a maximum of 40mbps.

I tried the CRS125-24G-1S-2HnD-IN and found the same slow wifi performance.

Yesterday I replaced a cAP device with DIR-822 because 1 of the staff said YouTube wouldn't stream well. Now it does with the Dlink DIR-822.

I have also been replacing Ubiquiti UniFi wifi devices as well. What could make the cheaper DLink DIR-822 out perform both Ubiquiti and Mikrotik ?
 
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Re: Wirelles can over 25mb of Download

Mon Jun 26, 2017 7:51 am

yes, same problem here!
 
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Re: Wirelles can over 25mb of Download

Mon Jun 26, 2017 9:12 am

It looks like bad configuration results only.
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Re: Wirelles can over 25mb of Download

Mon Jun 26, 2017 10:24 am

Well, with the given amount of information...
 
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Re: Wirelles can over 25mb of Download

Mon Jun 26, 2017 3:02 pm

I've got same problems...
TX rate at max 54Mbps with n. On 5GHz i have 100Mbps bandwidth. On 2,4GHz only max 20Mbps...
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Re: Wirelles can over 25mb of Download

Mon Jun 26, 2017 11:34 pm

you are not having a problem.
Is normal

In a 802.11g/a network with a link of 54 Mbps the MAX USABLE data rate is about 25 Mbps

The real throughput for 54 Mbps is close to 25 Mbps....
The rest of data is protocol and other data
In a 72 Mbps link is a little bit bigger

Then, are coming protocols with more bandwidth, forr example 40 Mhz or even 80 Mhz. Dual band together and etc etc. But, the REAL for 54 Mbps is about 25 Mbps
 
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Re: Wirelles can over 25mb of Download

Tue Jun 27, 2017 1:30 am

I think it is not normal when access point shows me data rates 54 mbs tx and 72 mbx rx.
Does that mean that my smartphone download conects in 802.11g and upload in 802.11n ?
How is that posible ?
 
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Re: Wirelles can over 25mb of Download

Thu Jun 29, 2017 2:30 am

Nobody knows why this happens ?
 
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Re: Wirelles can over 25mb of Download

Thu Jun 29, 2017 5:05 am

use fasttrack rules
 
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Re: Wirelles can over 25mb of Download

Thu Jun 29, 2017 7:43 am

I think it is not normal when access point shows me data rates 54 mbs tx and 72 mbx rx.
Does that mean that my smartphone download conects in 802.11g and upload in 802.11n ?
How is that posible ?
802.11g and n are similar enough that radios will just as happily select a G rate as an N rate. Nothing is weird about that; for some reason the AP determined it has less packet loss at 54 Mbps than other rates, while the station settled on 72 Mbps. You can manually disable G rates if you want in the advanced wireless settings (but leave 6 Mbps as a basic rate for broadcasts; at least, I've had trouble since I think some clients expect it).

Also, depending on channel width, there are some N and AC rates that are 54 Mbps. You can tell the difference in the registration table because the N and AC rates include the channel width and number of streams; G (and B) rates do not.
 
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Re: Wirelles can over 25mb of Download

Wed Jul 05, 2017 10:39 pm

I have the exact same problem with three OmniTik 5 PoE AC's connected to a CCR 1036-8G-2S+EM. The MikroTik website claims that the throughput for the OmniTik's are 253.7 to 1966.1 Mbps in bridge mode. I'm getting 20-30 Mbps. This is ridiculous. I'v got two Asus routers that are four years old that I can consistently get 100-200 Mbps on. I've sent support my configurations and all I get is generic responses or more questions. MikroTik, you need to provide your loyal community with some answers. This doesn't appear to be an isolated incident. Why are your AC routers so slow? And how can we fix it?

Also, please don't respond with hire a MikroTik certified consultant, because I've done that and he knew less than I do. He also wanted to solve the problem by installing a generic configuration from your website. FYI - that didn't work.
 
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Re: Wirelles can over 25mb of Download

Wed Jul 26, 2017 5:27 pm

Weird, during the MTCRE course, the trainer connected his RB962 to the 200 / 20 connection of the hotel. We maxed 180 Mbps at 5 GHz.

At home I also can get easy 60 Mbps (that is the max. of my ISP).

Nothing special, setup via "Quickset".

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