You cant use speedtest.net app, it measures your bandwidth speed not true LAN/wifi speed, I use various network tools , but just copying a file across the LAN will measure speed, at the time I was setting up and testing a D-Link N router.Originally Posted by croswald
Yes and 39Mb/s is LAN speed and is faster than most broadband connections, speedtest.net measures your broadband speed to a ISP server of your choice and is designed to test if your ISP is delivering the goods that you pay for, the 39Mb that your idevice is connecting at is between the idevice and wireless router or access point and is classed as local area network (LAN) , broadband speed is the speed between your ISP and Router/modem, my max Broadband connection is 4Mbits DSL, but on average I get 2.5- 3.5 Mb, this was measured with speedtest.net,Originally Posted by croswald
So even connecting at 39/100/120Mb to a router you are still throttled down to your broadband speed when using the Internet.
Connecting to a router at 120Mb is just the connection speed, but it does not mean you will achieve this in real time.
Phew in our dreams would we ever achieve broadband speeds like that, back to your query, should have mentioned you had WAN speeds like that, is your router definitely set to N only , not mixed?Originally Posted by croswald
When I tested the D-Link N router I , made sure it was N only and then discovered the router reported a 120Mb connection from my iPad3, I then tested locally and compared transfer rates to my own 55Mb router and it clarified the results.
they have 250mps but not in my area...
i will check my router it actualy might be mixed....