This article is a continuation of the previous article that can be read here.
The device that I’m trying now is the TP-Link WR941ND router, along with a description of the site.
For the topology as follows :
I set the wireless mode to 11n to be more maximal than the other modes and the rest of the routers are default.
Following are the test results from 5 devices :
|Laptop||Processor / RAM||Port LAN||Wifi (Mbps)||Ethernet (Mbps)||Wireless (Mbps)|
|Asus X455LJ||i3 5005U / 8 GB||Gigabit||65||91||91||91||88||24||32||21||32|
|Lenovo G40||i5 5210U / 4 GB||Gigabit||150||93||90||91||88||54||68||45||67|
|HP 240 G6||i5 7200U / 8 GB||Gigabit||150||31||24||21||20|
|Asus TP201S||N3710 / 4 GB||–||150||26||13||25||18|
|HP Oppo F7||–||–||65||37||36||39||46|
The following is an illustration of the test :
The conclusion is :
The TP-Link device that I use is still far from the bandwidth that should be 500 Mbps, both with cable media (because the port is still Fast Ethernet) and wireless (because it only supports 2.4 Ghz). I do not know and get a way to get a maximum of 300 Mbps as explained in the description above. If there is a time and opportunity I will give it back. Thank you.