Is it possible to rollback firmware ?
We are experience problem with latest firmware - primary speed limitation vs. old firmware ?
Currently, there is no way to rollback to an older version of the firmware.
Can you please describe the problem that you are facing so that we can help you with the same?
Sure, after upgrading to xx.370 throughput has dropped from 280 Mpbs. to around 60-65 Mpbs.
And Windows now only "Wireless connection to" 116 Mpbs. even PC is 11.ac client.
Another issue from a costumer is his LENOVO and HP laptop connot connect after upgrading,
The latest firmware should be identical to earlier versions when it comes to throughput. Can you please confirm that the speedtest is being done by a device that supports 2 spatial streams and not a smartphone?
Also, are you seeing those speeds when the client is connecting to 5GHz and not 2.4GHz?
It is not a smartphone and test with a Linksys router on same location give much better throughput
Hi here is some more details about the speeddrop from earlier firmware.
and the wireless client info.
The enduser is tinsting on a 300/60 Mbps. internet connection.
I have done some tests with a Xi3 with 370 firmware, old firmware, and a Ruckus R500:
All tests where done with a late 2012 MacBook Pro 3X3:3 device and Ruckus Speedflex.
This shows that there's only very little difference between the new and old firmware. But this is only true if you set the channel manually.
If you have the AP in Auto Channel the result is much worse for the new firmware. It changes channel constantly, 2-3 times pr. minute. The old firmware is much more stabile when running auto channel. Even if you leave the AP on over night, it never stabilizes on a specific channel. It keeps jumping around like crazy, and this must be a bug in the new firmware.
Customer also did some tests with Linksys EA6900:
I don't know what Client customer is testing with, but I can find out?
Hello @Neerup ,
First of all, thank you for taking the time to conduct this brilliant analysis!
Regarding channel fly, I will speak with the engineering team and get it checked and see if any changes have occured to the algorithm in the new releases.