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    I have been testing this for years, the internet speed is always high, the wireless speed is low and it has gotten lower the last year or so. I upgraded to vdsl, the speed is lower than 100kbps during daytime. But the speed down at the house that has internet connection with lines is 40mpbs, the problem is the wireless link. Whats causing this? This is riddiculus low..

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    Quote Originally Posted by vasil View Post
    Whats causing this? This is riddiculus low..
    Again: without measuring the speed of the different segments of your network, nobody can tell.

    You have to measure the wireless speed of the WiFi gear and if it turns out that this is the bottleneck, you have to check the setup of the WiFi gear, the SNR, the link quality, the antenna alignment, cabling, channel allocation etc. etc.

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    Any tutorials how to do those things? Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by vasil View Post
    Any tutorials how to do those things? Thanks
    Get iperf or iperf3 from https://iperf.fr/iperf-download.php. It's available for a plenty of OSes. Run the server instance (iperf3 -s) on a system connected by wire to the main AP. Start iperf3 client instance on a laptop connected by wire to the remote AP. You just need to tell the client instance on which system the iperf3 server is running. Results will be the max throughput of your wireless link. See https://iperf.fr/iperf-doc.php#3doc for some examples on how to do measurements (scroll down below the section explaining the various options).


 

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