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Author Topic: Cannot get beyond 150mbps linkspeed with dual band 5ghz on 836L  (Read 2302 times)

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Re: Cannot get beyond 150mbps linkspeed with dual band 5ghz on 836L
« Reply #15 on: November 18, 2015, 02:33:40 PM »

Is IPv6 set to Auto Detect on this router? Set to Local Connection only and test.

I'll have a look when I get home soon.
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Re: Cannot get beyond 150mbps linkspeed with dual band 5ghz on 836L
« Reply #16 on: November 18, 2015, 03:51:36 PM »

Is IPv6 set to Auto Detect on this router? Set to Local Connection only and test.

I'll have a look when I get home soon.

It was, and I just changed it to Local, but it didn't make a difference.  I did notice my Fire TV Stick is getting 300M on the Status > Wireless page.  I didn't have it on before, so it wasn't in the screenshot. Turning IPv6 back to auto didn't make it go down.   But that's the only thing on my network getting about 150M.  I don't know why it's the only one getting it.  I once again put my phone right next to the router in case it was the signal strength, but it is still capped at 150M.
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Re: Cannot get beyond 150mbps linkspeed with dual band 5ghz on 836L
« Reply #17 on: November 18, 2015, 04:29:12 PM »

What Mfr and model and circa is the prior router?
What circa is the Fire TV stick?
What model is the Android devices and circa?

Heres my testing:
IP Address       Mode     Rate Signal(%)
192.168.0.107 802.11n 135M 80%  Iphone 6P 2014 iOS 8.4 supports 867Mb on AC I think. N I presume should be 450Mb or at least 300Mb.
192.168.0.104 802.11n 270M 98%  Mac Book Pro 2007 OSX 10.10.5 supports only 270Mb on 5Ghz.
192.168.0.103 802.11n 450M 100%  Mac Mini 2012 I think, OSX 10.10.5. Supports 450Mb on 5Ghz.
192.168.0.101 802.11n 450M 100%  DIR-865L 2012/3 1st gen AC router in wireless bridge mode.
192.168.0.105 802.11n 450M 100%  DIR-865L 2012/3 1st gen AC router in wireless bridge mode.
192.168.0.106 802.11n 450M 100%  DIR-865L 2012/3 1st gen AC router in wireless bridge mode.

Test using default factory settings for wireless. Just change the SSID name and set a PW.
Set Single mode N, WPA2 and AES only have the same results as listed above.

I have a feeling that older generation wireless drivers vs new generation wireless driver seen on newer generation devices maybe the issue here.  :-\
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