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wnr3500L v2 + shibby rt-n 116, 300 megabit same as 150

Discussion in 'Tomato Firmware' started by mindbomb, Mar 21, 2014.

  1. mindbomb

    mindbomb Reformed Router Member

    Hi everyone. I noticed that I get the exact same performance with a 150 megabit wireless adapter as with a 300 megabit one (10-12 MB/s). I was wondering why that was. I'm running N only, wpa2 personal aes encryption, 40 mhz on 2.4ghz ( I know that's not ideal), manual wlan interference mitigation, with frame burst enabled, apsd disabled. Does the firmware or any of these features have a 100 megabit wireless bottleneck? Or is 300 megabit not fully supported for this device? The device list does correctly list tx/rx as 300/300, 150/150 respectively.
     
    Last edited: Mar 21, 2014
  2. Marcel Tunks

    Marcel Tunks Networkin' Nut Member

    There's not enough info to answer your question.


    What type of traffic? A file transfer between two devices in your LAN? A USB drive in the router?

    Do you get better performance from a wired connection with the same file transfer? Did you compare performance with 20MHz channel width, interference mitigation disabled, everything except possibly frame burst set to default?
     
  3. mindbomb

    mindbomb Reformed Router Member

    It's between 2 windows computers, one connected via gigabit ethernet, and the other being the 150/300 megabit wireless adapter, using the windows to do the transfer by having the folders be shared. Tested a 500MB compressed video file and judged speed based on the reported copy rate.

    Using 20 mhz does seem to almost halve the transfer rate to 5 megabyte/s. The effect of other settings are hard to determine against natural variation. I'm happy with the 150 megabit adapter performance. I'm mostly wonder why the 300 megabit wasn't any faster.
     
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