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Lab Time: The Effect Of Rate Limiting On Wi-Fi

This post is about the effect of rate limiting on Wi-Fi and is inspired by the presentation Troy Martin (@troymart) gave at WLPC 2018 Prague (Link) and his recent appearance in the Clear To Send (@cleartosend) podcast episode 157 (Link)  Especially his comparison between “configuring rate limiting” vs. “disabling high data rates” was very interesting to me, and I wanted to capture and compare the effect of both of them from a L1 and L2 perspective in my lab.

Read the blog post over at dot11 exposed here.

Ron - the SDWAN guy

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