Link Speed (TX rate) is low

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Shaul

New Around Here
Hi,

I'm using Netgear R7000, 5GHz AC1900 (Max 1300)
using Macbook Pro 16' (but same issue seen using Macbook pro 2016 & Ipad pro 10.5)

There was no issue till today - I get only 54Mbps in the link for the 5GHz.
PHY is 802.11ac , RSSI is -36dbm , Noise is -95dbm (80MHZ) so it doesn't seem wireless issue.

I assume its something with the router .
Both 2.4GHz & 5GHz are enabled. Qos is disabled , WMM is unchecked. (reboot didn't help.)
Didn't try factory reset.

Any idea what can be the problem ?

Thanks in advance,
Shaul.
 

Shaul

New Around Here
Hi,

I'm using Netgear R7000, 5GHz AC1900 (Max 1300)
using Macbook Pro 16' (but same issue seen using Macbook pro 2016 & Ipad pro 10.5)

There was no issue till today - I get only 54Mbps in the link for the 5GHz.
PHY is 802.11ac , RSSI is -36dbm , Noise is -95dbm (80MHZ) so it doesn't seem wireless issue.

I assume its something with the router .
Both 2.4GHz & 5GHz are enabled. Qos is disabled , WMM is unchecked. (reboot didn't help.)
Didn't try factory reset.

Any idea what can be the problem ?

Thanks in advance,
Shaul.
Resolved - WMM must be enabled. (strange..)
 

det721

Part of the Furniture
Based on the link rate i would guess you have a wireless G client on 2.4 somewhere.
That would not matter if he had WMM disabled that in itself reverts the router back to wireless G standards.
 

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