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D-Link dir 300, problem with wifi speed. How to solve?

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Set up the router, the channel N issues a speed of about 40 Mbps, while directly over about 80, tell me what could be the problem. Already tried: changed TX the preamble, the channel width (all versions tried, there are now short preamble and 40MHz), included-was turned off WMM, put the new firmware. Tested on MeGUI devices, the results are similar


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1. what measures
2. who's the client
3. distances and obstacles
4. Happens in 802.11 n 2GHz and 5GHz - you have that? pour that the screenshots of the settings, but still scan the airwaves and show people around you from wifi networks.
5. personally, I am opposed to soho and dlink', and offered to throw out / sell for juice it and buy mikrotik rb2011.
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My answer you don't like it, but your router budget shit lower price range and its ceiling rate in perfect conditions, no more stalling the processor.
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And you have something traffic is encapsulated? pptp/l2tp?
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40 it is more godly, humble.
But you can increase speed by switching off encryption use simple encryption. That's just... Well you poneli.
Even QoS you can turn off other network wichi - upnp, firewall, and other marketing stuff (it will unload the cpu of the router, it will be faster traffic to be encrypted).
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