Does this make sense?I have a RAP109 and when a laptop is connected via wireless and speedtest.net is run, I get a 60/20 Mbps down/up speed. When the laptop is conencted via ethernet, I get 22/17 Mbps.
I thought the RAP109 IPSec throughput was limited to 20 Mbps because it lacked dedicated crypto hardware (unlike the RAP5 and RAP155).
Will ask our network engineers...
I guess bridged mode would be faster than tunneled, but it seems a pretty dramatic difference.
Thanks for the response.
Thanks! That would explain it.
Seems like running a Split Tunnel would be advantageous to conserve bandwidth? Non-corporate traffic that doesn't require encryption goes through the normal gateway, while corporate traffic requiring encryption goes through the controller... Will ask my network guys why all the RAP's aren't configured that way.
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