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Routing Performance

To test out the HS-100W's LAN performance, I used this Qcheck-based procedure described here. The 7 - 10Mbps throughput in the table below is adequate for most U.S. broadband connections, but not enough for the speedier connections found in less broadband-challenged countries.

NOTE!NOTE: Machines used for routing and wireless performance testing were:

LAN and Wireless - HP Pavillion ze4300 laptop with AMD Mobile 2600, 500MB DDR 2100 RAM running Windows XP

WAN - DELL PowerEdge 2650 with Intel XEON 3.2GHz, 1GByte DDR RAM running Windows XP

Routing Performance Test Results

Test Description Transfer Rate (Mbps) Response Time (msec) UDP stream
Throughput (kbps) Lost data (%)
WAN - LAN 6.9 1 (avg)
1 (max)
500 0
LAN - WAN 10.0 1 (avg)
1 (max)
499 0
Firmware Version 3.60
See details of how we test.

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