01-23-2011 06:41 AM
I have a Wap610n access point, when I am connected on the device in N mode I got an average speed of 50 bytes per sec, in G mode no problem with an average speed of 2.250 meg per sec .
I have tried with 2 different USB keys (Belkin f7d2101 and Hercules hwnum-300) but the result is the same.
The access point is configured in 2.4 GHz, band 40 mhz only, and I have verified that no other radio emissions are on the same frequencies than the Wap610n in my neighborhood.
anyone have and idea why this is so slow ?
01-23-2011 07:11 AM
Thanks for you response, the check tools that I used is InSSider 2 (http://www.metageek.net/products/inssider)
I just try in 20 mhz mode, the transfert rate is up to 225 bytes per sec.
I make another test with an other wifi card N (Atheros AR9285 ), but 150 draft instead of 300 N and in this mode that work fine but in 150 mbs. :-(
I have a real problem with the 300 ..
01-26-2011 01:01 PM
Open the setup page of the access point. Change the channel width to 20 MHz only. Change the wireless channel to 11. Save the settings. Go to Advanced wireless settings sub tab. Change the Beacon Interval to 75, RTS and fragmentation threshold to 2304. Save the settings. See if that makes any difference.
01-27-2011 09:30 AM
03-13-2011 11:16 AM
i have three WAP610N in use and i experience the same: after a few days of uptime the wifi connection from different laptops to the WAP610N slows down un til no connection possible. Only e restart of the WAP610n helps, this peace of hardware is not usable!!!
Anyone from Linksys / Cisco can help to solve this or return the devices?
04-20-2011 09:26 AM
Same issue here. WiFi works for about a day or two, then simply no longer passes traffic. I can't even add the wireless network on a new device, it basically either says the passphrase is invalid or "there were problems connecting to the wireless network". After either a hard reset (pull plug) or reboot from within the admin console, it works again.
I really don't understand why a company like Linksys/Cisco can't get this right. It's a simple WAP for god's sake.
Currently running on firmware 126.96.36.199, I'll try to update it (latest available is 188.8.131.52 build 94).
04-25-2011 06:11 PM - last edited on 04-25-2011 06:39 PM by kent07
I have the same problem - unit quits working after a week or so and requires a hard restart. I have the latest firmware.
Mine is located above a 10' ceiling; which requires a ladder to reach it.
I have four WAP54G's that never miss a beat.
(Mod note: Edited for guideline compliance.)