thanks for the responses.
i just noticed the other thread as i posted this one and couldn't delete it since it was in review by a moderator
thats why i changed the headline to be matching.
May I know how to produce the picture that you shown? Also how to collect the readings using ping?
the plots where created with matlab by a colleague of mine, so i'm not 100% sure how he did it. PM me and i will see if i can provide the matlab file.
used linux ping for testing:
sudo ping x.x.x.x -i 0.01 -c 60000 | tee output.txt
you have to be root to perform ping with <0.1s intervals
Then stripped everything from the file except the response times
How were you testing, as in what client in particular, and generating that graph?
Laptop (Surface Book 2) - WiFi - Router - WiFi - Device
Ping is very nice since our application also relies on pretty small UDP packets, so it gives a good estimation of the overall performance in our case.
Wait with your testing for fixing this bug - it can be great device, if it has fixed software.
The problem is that we can't wait.
We have to order case inlays that have to match the used router.
So i guess we will switch to TPLink if RC5 is not helping.