ER605 load balancing does not work on wifi !?

ER605 load balancing does not work on wifi !?

ER605 load balancing does not work on wifi !?
ER605 load balancing does not work on wifi !?
2023-06-07 12:53:28 - last edited 2023-06-08 08:36:47
Model: ER605 (TL-R605)  
Hardware Version: V2
Firmware Version:
When I connect by wire to the er605 the load balancing works and when I connect by wifi, it no longer works. For what ?
Thank you 
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Re:ER605 load balancing does not work on wifi !?
2023-06-07 14:27:50

  @kogalia 

 

what are trying to load balance on the WiFi?  What are you wanting to accommplish?

 

 

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Re:ER605 load balancing does not work on wifi !?
2023-06-07 14:37:55

  @KimcheeGUN 

Thank you for answering!

 

I connect the er605 on an access point which transmits by wifi to another building.


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Re:ER605 load balancing does not work on wifi !?
2023-06-07 17:12:57 - last edited 2023-06-07 17:13:18

  @kogalia 

 

Are you trying to hook up an AP to the 605 and get wireless signal in another building?

 

Are the clients in range?

 

 

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Re:ER605 load balancing does not work on wifi !?
2023-06-07 18:20:41

  @KimcheeGUN 

 

 

Thank you for reply
Here is a picture

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Re:ER605 load balancing does not work on wifi !?
2023-08-02 20:54:44

  @kogalia 

 

Hello,


I have the same problem, this is my case:


- Two (2) Wans (500 Mbps and 300 Mbps)
-ER605 v2
- EAP653 (5Ghz, channel width 160Mhz, 2402Mbps) test iperf3 WiFi <--> Lan results in 903 Mbps.
- Internet test page: fast.com

 

Test 1:


Wan 1/ Wan 2 --> ER605 v2 --> Laptop Lan ==> download 740 Mbps, upload 730 Mbps ==> test ok

 

Test 2:


Wan 1 / Wan 2 --> ER605 v2 --> EAP653 --> WiFi Laptop ==> download 400 Mbps, upload 720 Mbps ==> test failed

 

Why the download speed of test two differs from test one?, but the upload speed remains similar or the same.

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Re:ER605 load balancing does not work on wifi !?
2023-08-03 01:49:43

  @kogalia 

 

Do not set failover, and use the ping -t on the wireless clients.

Unplug the WAN1 cable and check if the wireless client can get internet access, check the ping test result.

If it can get internet, plug the WAN1 cable back and unplug the WAN2 cable and check the same info.

Just striving to develop myself while helping others.
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Re:ER605 load balancing does not work on wifi !?
2023-08-03 13:37:31

  @Virgo 

 

Hello,

In my case, the ping is cut off every time I disconnect from a WAN1 or WAN2.

 

 

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Re:ER605 load balancing does not work on wifi !?
2023-08-06 18:31:56

 

The question: why is the fast.com test not the same? If the cable or Wi-Fi connection is almost the same for both, at least they exceed 900Mbps.
The cable test gives 730 Mbps.
The wifi test varies according to the WAN, 500Mbps or 300 Mbps.

Could it be an EAP653 problem?

Thank you for your attention and collaboration.

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Re:ER605 load balancing does not work on wifi !?
2023-08-08 09:23:01

  @andrexweb 

andrexweb wrote

  @Virgo 

 

Hello,

In my case, the ping is cut off every time I disconnect from a WAN1 or WAN2.

 

 

 

quite normal. that's load balancing coming into intervention. and it's effective. meaning failover/load balancing works.

ScReW yOu gUyS. I aM GOinG hoMe. —————————————————————— For heaven's sake, can you speak and describe your issue based on plain fact, common logic and a methodologic approach? Appreciate it.
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Re:ER605 load balancing does not work on wifi !?
2023-08-08 09:27:34 - last edited 2023-08-08 09:27:50

  @andrexweb 

andrexweb wrote

  @kogalia 

 

Hello,


I have the same problem, this is my case:


- Two (2) Wans (500 Mbps and 300 Mbps)
-ER605 v2
- EAP653 (5Ghz, channel width 160Mhz, 2402Mbps) test iperf3 WiFi <--> Lan results in 903 Mbps.
- Internet test page: fast.com

 

Test 1:


Wan 1/ Wan 2 --> ER605 v2 --> Laptop Lan ==> download 740 Mbps, upload 730 Mbps ==> test ok

 

Test 2:


Wan 1 / Wan 2 --> ER605 v2 --> EAP653 --> WiFi Laptop ==> download 400 Mbps, upload 720 Mbps ==> test failed

 

Why the download speed of test two differs from test one?, but the upload speed remains similar or the same.

 

 

because of the session of this speed test uses.

session is the key to the whole concept/idea of load balancing. what's balanced? SESSION.

if your session is balanced, then it'll be flowing thru both wan 1 and 2. if it is not balanced, then you get the speed of either one of them.

nothing to complain about. what virgo suggested is to prove the load balancing actually works.

 

tp has already written an article explaining this: Why failing to achieve bandwidth aggregation of multiple WAN ports by Speedtest on SMB router

ScReW yOu gUyS. I aM GOinG hoMe. —————————————————————— For heaven's sake, can you speak and describe your issue based on plain fact, common logic and a methodologic approach? Appreciate it.
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