I am noticing a difference in speed when I connect to one WLAN SSID vs another. I have checked the WLC with no noticable difference in the configuration of one over the other. When I do a Speedtest to the same server I get 20Mbps on the slow WLAN and over 150Mbps on the other.
Does anyone have any ideas what could cause this? Could there be a bug in the controller software?
How did you test the speed? Working on a unrelated issue I went to Speedtest.net to do a test. It maxed out at 20Mbps. When I switch to the other SSID it maxed out at over 100Mbps
same AP, same client? same location? Yes, I use the same laptop, same login, same location. All i do is switch the network and rerun the test to the same server. I have repeated this test numerous times with the same result.
and above all (same radio band)? It is switching bands When on 802.11A speedtest result is the 20Mbps. When on 802.11N speed is over 100Mbps. Where would I find the setting to change to 802.11N on the WLAN that is now running 802.11A?
What about QoS configurations on each? No QoS
WLC and wired side? No problem with this on wired side.
Have you tried to test each SSID interface VLAN speed ? Nope
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