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tiomiguel

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WHat is the exact meaning of this? TX/RX shown is about the router or the client? 1 Mbps rate means the client is able to receive less than can transmit (6,5 Mbps)?

In other words, the client is receiving worse than transmitting?

I have read clients transmit worse than router. I do not understand these numbers



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Those numbers will fluctuate. View them while the device is actually transmitting or receiving and see what the values are.
 
Rate drops to 1 Mbps while in power saving mode. It will rise once there is actual traffic.
 
Rate drops to 1 Mbps while in power saving mode. It will rise once there is actual traffic.

For 2.4Ghz - the 11b/g/n/ax lowest rate is 1 Mbps - disable legacy and we move it to 6 Mbps..

An idle client that is attached, will drop down to basic rates..
 

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