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Low cost router test - N 300Mbps standard

LOW COST ROUTERS TEST
N 300Mbps STANDARD


During the tests, we used the software to measure data packets transfer speed between the server and the client. We tested the devices based on the following characteristics:

  • functionality
  • signal strength
  • performance and practical application

1. Functionality.

Below is a table which represents all main features that should have a good router, to be most universal when it comes to use in home and office:

 

- the number of modes (Wireless ISP Client Router, Wireless Client, Repeater, Router, Bridge z AP, Client)

- access control functions (MAC, URL, IP, fitrowanie PORTÓW)

- functionality in the network (IPV6, VLAN, IPTV Multi SSID, QoS)

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2. Signal strength.

Signal strength was measured by phone HUAWEI G620S and application Wifi Analyzer.

 

Operational channel always was the same for all routers (channel 4 2427MHz and 40MHz bandwidth) and all routers was in the same location.

 

Signal strength was measured at the following distances from the devices

– 5-10m from the router and over 25m.

 

Below are the results for distance meansurement:

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The graph above shows signal strength.Of course, in this situation, the closer to zero the better

3. Performance.

Performance test was made in such a way that it is a simulation of home environment - daily network usage by household members.

 

We made a few measurements of throughput using HP laptop equipped with a wireless card - RALINK RT3290 802.11 bgn, Lenovo laptop working on the wireless card Karta Intel(R) Dual Band Wireless-AC 3160, HUAWEI G620S phone and Mikrotik RB2011iL, while keeping various distances from routers (5-10m and 25m above).


The results were based on the following programs:

- iperf, actually Jperf 2.0.2 – graphical user interface working on JAVA platform

- Mikrotik Bandwidth Test version 0.1

Let's move on to the tests.

 

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TOTOLINK N300RT

UDP - Jperf

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Result: 101 Mbit/s

UDP send - Mikrotik Bandwidth Test

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Result: 97 Mbit/s and 8100 p/s

TCP receive - Mikrotik Bandwidth Test

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Result: 95 Mbit/s and 8100 p/s

UDP both - Mikrotik Bandwidth Test

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Result: 131 Mbit/s and 11 700 p/s


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UDP - Jperf

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Result: 18 Mbit/s

UDP send - Mikrotik Bandwidth Test

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Result: 82 Mbit/s and 7700 p/s

 

TCP receive - Mikrotik Bandwidth Test

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Result: 30 Mbit/s and 2400 p/s

UDP both - Mikrotik Bandwidth Test

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Result: 70 Mbit/s and 4770 p/s

 

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UDP - Jperf

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Result: 86 Mbit/s


UDP send - Mikrotik Bandwidth Test

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Result: 91 Mbit/s and 7400 p/s

 

TCP receive - Mikrotik Bandwidth Test

 

 

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Result: 87 Mbit/s and 7500 p/s

 

UDP both - Mikrotik Bandwidth Test

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Result: 109 Mbit/s and 10 600 p/s


 

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UDP - Jperf

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Result: 21 Mbit/s

 

UDP send - Mikrotik Bandwidth Test

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Result: 78 Mbit/s and 6000 p/s

 

TCP receive - Mikrotik Bandwidth Test

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Result: 47 Mbit/s and 3900 p/s

 

UDP both - Mikrotik Bandwidth Test

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Result: 76 Mbit/s and 7 500 p/s


 

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UDP - Jperf

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Result: 20 Mbit/s

 

UDP send - Mikrotik Bandwidth Test

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Result: 20 Mbit/s and 1700 p/s

 

TCP receive - Mikrotik Bandwidth Test

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Result: 35 Mbit/s and 2900 p/s

 

UDP both - Mikrotik Bandwidth Test

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Result: 42 Mbit/s and 3 500 p/s

 

 

The following table show summarizes of bandwidth.

 

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Summary.

After all tests, the summary is as follows:

- price of TOTOLINK N300RT is on the same level as Netis and as you can see on test results – N300RT disqualify rivals in terms of functionality (only TOTOLINK has so many operating modes).

- TOTOLINK N300RT as only one has 36 months of warranty!! and supports IPV6 protocol.

- the most inportant is fact that TOTOLINKU N300RT (as one) reached throughput above 120Mbit/s.