RE200 high speed in acces point mode

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RE200 high speed in acces point mode
RE200 high speed in acces point mode
2020-05-02 09:34:09 - last edited 2020-12-08 02:52:47
Model: RE200  
Hardware Version: V4
Firmware Version: 1.0.4 buld 20191104 rel 69112(6985)

HI  All, 

 

Please help me to understand high speed mode working on RE200. I use this extender in AP mode. 5Ghz Wifi is configured. The extender is connected to to switch via ethernet cable.  There is 380 Mbit/s on switch  side only 94Mbit /s appears on on extender 5G wifi nettwork. I do not really understand why. Can you help me to understand the reason?

 

tnx

elevkir

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2020-12-07 02:55:22 - last edited 2020-12-08 02:52:47
Hi, I can't confirm if this the case with the RE200 but many older or cheaper extenders have an Ethernet port that only handles traffic up to 100Mbs. The newer/better ones have Gigabit ports (like my RE650). In AP mode there should not be any significant signal loss from the router to the AP. High speed mode is a feature that only applies if you are in Extender mode, when you only use one band to communicate with the router (such as the 5G) and broadcast the other band (2.4G) in order to get full-duplex instead of half.
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2020-12-07 02:55:22 - last edited 2020-12-08 02:52:47
Hi, I can't confirm if this the case with the RE200 but many older or cheaper extenders have an Ethernet port that only handles traffic up to 100Mbs. The newer/better ones have Gigabit ports (like my RE650). In AP mode there should not be any significant signal loss from the router to the AP. High speed mode is a feature that only applies if you are in Extender mode, when you only use one band to communicate with the router (such as the 5G) and broadcast the other band (2.4G) in order to get full-duplex instead of half.
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