So, here's my wired result:
And here's my wireless result:
We have personal APs in each room. Don't even get me started on the interference thing.. In this hall alone, we have over fifty 802.11g networks. It's insane. But anyways, you can see that my speeds are dramatically different. I'm running a plain old g network, and I know I can't expect that bandwidth, but it's crazy slow. Sometimes I get less than 1Mbps DL, with pings of 200ms.
At the beginning of last semester, I was getting over 40Mbps DL/ 40Mbps UL with a <15ms ping on wireless, and now I'm reduced to this. I'm only like, maybe, 10ft away from the AP (inside my room, it doesn't go through any concrete).
Any suggestions? I only made it through one semester of CCNA prep before I switched my major, so, I'm no networking guru, hahaha.
EDIT: I should add that (for the most part) I'm the only one using this connection. There's only a single Cat6 jack in the room, so I have a 100M switch that has the wireless and another Cat6 (that I used for wired) coming out of it.
<message edited by touche on Tuesday, February 14, 2012 6:11 PM>