This article is a continuation of the previous article that can be read here.
The device that I am trying now is the Ruckus ZoneFlex 7341 AP (Single-band, 2.4GHz, 11n), because this product has been discontinued, so there is no description that I can share, but can be searched on the internet about that.
For the topology as follows :
There are not many choices that can be changed for testing from this device.
Following are the test results from 4 devices :
|Laptop||Processor / RAM||Wifi (Mbps)||Wireless|
|Lokal (Mbps)||Internasional (Mbps)|
|Asus X455LJ||i3 5005U / 8 GB||65||37||36||26||41|
|HP 240 G6||i5 7200U / 8 GB||65||39||35||32||37|
|Asus TP201S||N3710 / 4 GB||150||7||37||6||28|
|HP Oppo F7||–||65||37||45||29||43|
The following is an illustration of the test :
The conclusion is :
The results of this test are not much different from the previous TP-Link device. But the most surprising is the result for the Asus TP201S, which results are very unreasonable. Technically I don’t know that yet, even though the laptop has been restarted many times but the results are more or less the same and sometimes even worse, but if you try to use another wireless, the results are better.