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How to determine what an acceptable Throughput rate is for my application in a WLAN

I have a client devices constantly sending data (~ 13 kb per second) to a server through a Cisco AP1241AG (802.11g).

I use Iperf to test throughput, but I am having a difficult time determining what an acceptable throughput rate would be.

I know in "theory" the best throughput rate I could get is 54 Mbps, but since my client devices only send 13 kbps is 1 Mbps more than enough? or is 13 kbps the low limit for my throughput test?

Thanks

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Re: How to determine what an acceptable Throughput rate is for m

Well 13kbps would be the low limit. Testing with a higher number will guarantee the throughout though.

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Re: How to determine what an acceptable Throughput rate is for m

Well 13kbps would be the low limit. Testing with a higher number will guarantee the throughout though.

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-Scott
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