EAP245 V3 Speed Issue

EAP245 V3 Speed Issue
EAP245 V3 Speed Issue
a week ago - last edited a week ago
Model: AP200
Hardware Version: V3
Firmware Version: 2.3.0 Build 20190731 Rel. 51932(5553)

Hey all,

 

Model: EAP245
Firmware: 2.3.0 Build 20190731 Rel. 51932(5553)

HW Version: 3.0
ETH 1 POE :1000Mbps - FD

 

I have been using my Archer C3150 for a 2.4 and 5ghz network. I'm moving over to the EAP245 but getting terrible speeds.

With the C3150 I'm getting 300+ / 300+ speeds and on the EAP245 I'm getting 25 / 25

I mirrored the ssid settings from the C3150 to the EAP245 but no dice.

I did obviously disable the wireless on the C3150 before hooking up the EAP245.

::C3150 Settings::
2.4GHz
Mode: 802.11bgn mixed

Channel: Auto

Channel Width: Auto

Transmit Power: High
Version: WPA2-PSK

Security: WPA2 Personal

Encryption: AES

 

5GHz
Mode: 802.11a/n/ac mixed

Channel: 157

Channel Width: Auto

Transmit Power: High
Version: WPA2-PSK

Security: WPA2 Personal

Encryption: AES

 


::EAP245 Settings::

2.4GHz
Mode: 802.11bgn mixed

Channel: Auto

Channel Width: 20MHz

Transmit Power: 24
Version: WPA2-PSK

Security: WPA2 Personal

Encryption: AES

 

5GHz
Mode: 802.11a/n/ac mixed

Channel: 157 / 5785MHz

Channel Width: 80MHz

Transmit Power: 24
Version: WPA2-PSK

Security: WPA2 Personal

Encryption: TKIP

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Re:EAP245 V3 Speed Issue-Solution
a week ago - last edited a week ago

Womp - figured it out as soon as I saw my settings layed out. Encryption was set to TKIP and not AES on the 5GHz.

Wouldn't think that would matter.

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Re:EAP245 V3 Speed Issue-Solution
a week ago - last edited a week ago

Womp - figured it out as soon as I saw my settings layed out. Encryption was set to TKIP and not AES on the 5GHz.

Wouldn't think that would matter.

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Re:EAP245 V3 Speed Issue
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@Scott.Bates 

 

Yeah, that matters.  As noted on Intel's support site, "The IEEE* 802.11n draft prohibits using high throughput with WEP or TKIP as the unicast cipher."  This is actaully part of the specification.

 

Glad you could figure it out!

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