We have a wap4410n and our isp package is 30/10 from TWC. Clients that connect to this AP, when doing a speetest, see only speeds of around 5mb's!! I have updated the ap firmware to the latest and changed the cat5 cable between the ap and firewall. I also have auto set on the ethernet port of the ap and firewall. I have changed both the firewall and wap4410n ports to 100 full and this blows the whole wireless network up. The firewall reports no link and the ethernet light on the wap4410n blinks instead of being steady.
Step 1 = nothing in the gui logs and you cannont connect via CLI to wap4410n
Step 2 = Both are set to auto negotiate. I did change both to 100 full but this made the wireless network unavailable (set both back to 100 full). I did change the ethernet cable between the wap4410n and the firewall, same effect.
When i speedtest from a wired PC, i see speeds of 30-40 like i should. I will give a rough draft of the network:
(internet)-----(isp modem)-----(sonicwall)---(10/100 cisco switch - LAN 192.168.123.x)-----(wired and wireless devices (Cisco 1220AP)). This network when wired sees 30-40mbps but on wireless sees less than 5mbps |
(linksys switch - DMZ 192.168.124.x)--------(wired and wireless devices WAP4410N). This is the network that see less than 5mbps when wireless
I know we have some pretty old equipment but when wired, we see the speeds we are suppose to be getting so i don't think it is the old equipment. It is only when we connect wirelessly when we see speeds of less than 5mbps.
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