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Routing Performance

Routing performance for the EA2700 using our standard test method and 1.0.14.129982 firmware is summarized in Table 3. The 300 - 400 Mbps routing throughput will be plenty to handle most any home or small office connection. Maximum simultaneous connections are fine and dandy, too, maxing out at our 34,925 session test limit.

Test Description EA2700
Throughput - (Mbps)
WAN - LAN 341
LAN - WAN 412
Total Simultaneous 408
Maximum Simultaneous Connections 34925
Firmware Version 1.0.14.129982
Table 3: Routing throughput comparison

The composite IxChariot plot of the three routing tests below shows nice and steady routing throughput for the most part.

EA2700 routing throughput IxChariot plots

EA2700 routing throughput IxChariot plots

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Wireless Performance

Updated 4/27/2012 - I was initially unable to get the EA2700 to link to the test client using 40 MHz bandwidth mode. But I have since discovered a work-around. Rather than have you click back and forth between reviews, I've moved the Wireless Performance and Closing Thoughts to a retest article.

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