Report for: Wifi Capacity Test

Mon Oct 31 10:28:51 PDT 2022

PDF Report

Objective

The Candela WiFi Capacity test is designed to measure performance of an Access Point when handling different amounts of WiFi Stations. The test allows the user to increase the number of stations in user defined steps for each test iteration and measure the per station and the overall throughput for each trial. Along with throughput other measurements made are client connection times, Fairness, % packet loss, DHCP times and more. The expected behavior is for the AP to be able to handle several stations (within the limitations of the AP specs) and make sure all stations get a fair amount of airtime both in the upstream and downstream. An AP that scales well will not show a significant over-all throughput decrease as more stations are added.



Realtime Graph shows summary download and upload RX Goodput rate of connections
created by this test. Goodput does not include Ethernet, IP, UDP/TCP header overhead.

CSV Data for Realtime Throughput
Realtime Throughput

Total Megabits-per-second transferred. This only counts the protocol payload, so it will not count the Ethernet, IP, UDP, TCP or other header overhead. A well behaving system will show about the same rate as stations increase. If the rate decreases significantly as stations increase, then it is not scaling we

CSV Data for Total Mbps Received vs Number of Stations Active
Total Mbps Received vs Number of Stations Active

Text Data for Mbps Upload/Download


Protocol-Data-Units received. For TCP, this does not mean much, but for UDP connections, this correlates to packet size. If the PDU size is larger than what fits into a single frame, then the network stack will segment it accordingly. A well behaving system will show about the same rate as stations increase. If the rate decreases significantly as stations increase, then it is not scaling well.

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Total PDU/s Received vs Number of Stations Active

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Station disconnect stats. These will be only for the last iteration. If the 'Clear Reset Counters' option is selected, the stats are cleared after the initial association. Any re-connects reported indicate a potential stability issue. Can be used for long-term stability testing in cases where you bring up all stations in one iteration and then run the test for a longer duration.

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Port Reset Totals

Station connect time is calculated from the initial Authenticate message through the completion of Open or RSN association/authentication.

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Station Connect Times

Wifi-Capacity Test requested values

Station Increment: 1,2
Loop Iterations: Single (1)
Duration: 1 min (1 m)
Layer 4-7 Endpoint: NONE
MSS AUTO
Total Download Rate: OC48 (2.488 Gbps)
Total Upload Rate: OC48 (2.488 Gbps)
Protocol: TCP-IPv4
Payload Size: AUTO
Socket buffer size: OS Default
IP ToS: Best Effort (0)
Multi-Conn: AUTO
Set Bursty Minimum Speed: Burst Mode Disabled (-1)
Percentage TCP Rate: 10% (10%)
Randomize Rates true
Leave Ports Up false
Settle Time: 5 sec (5 s)
Rpt Timer: fast (1 s)
Show-Per-Iteration-Charts true
Show-Per-Loop-Totals true
Hunt-Lower-Rates false
Show Events true
Clear Reset Counters false
CSV Reporting Dir - not selected -
Build Date Mon Oct 31 08:38:27 PDT 2022
Build Version 5.4.6
Git Version cc4e25f4013da941141702ada4944bd17adb5c5c
Ports 1.1.eth1 1.1.sta1400 1.1.sta14009 1.1.sta1401 1.1.sta14010 1.1.sta14011 1.1.sta14012 1.1.sta14013 1.1.sta14014 1.1.sta14015 1.1.sta14016 1.1.sta14017 1.1.sta1402 1.1.sta1403 1.1.sta1404 1.1.sta1405 1.1.sta1406 1.1.sta1407 1.1.sta1408 1.1.wlan14
Firmware 0. 6-1
Machines ct523c-0b29

Requested Parameters:

Download Rate: Per station: 2488000000 (2.488 Gbps) All: 2488000000 (2.488 Gbps)
Upload Rate: Per station: 2488000000 (2.488 Gbps) All: 2488000000 (2.488 Gbps)
Total: 4976000000 (4.976 Gbps)
Station count: 1
Connections per station: 1
Payload (PDU) sizes: AUTO (AUTO)

Observed Rate:

Download Rate: Cx Min: 356.614 Mbps Cx Ave: 356.614 Mbps Cx Max: 356.614 Mbps All Cx: 356.614 Mbps
Upload Rate: Cx Min: 509.035 Mbps Cx Ave: 509.035 Mbps Cx Max: 509.035 Mbps All Cx: 509.035 Mbps
Total: 865.649 Mbps
Aggregated Rate: Min: 865.649 Mbps Avg: 865.649 Mbps Max: 865.649 Mbps

This graph shows fairness. On a fair system, each station should get about the same throughput.
In the download direction, it is mostly the device-under-test that is responsible for this behavior,
but in the upload direction, LANforge itself would be the source of most fairness issues
unless the device-under-test takes specific actions to ensure fairness.



CSV Data for Combined Mbps, 60 second running average
Combined Mbps, 60 second running average

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Requested Parameters:

Download Rate: Per station: 2488000000 (2.488 Gbps) All: 2488000000 (2.488 Gbps)
Upload Rate: Per station: 2488000000 (2.488 Gbps) All: 2488000000 (2.488 Gbps)
Total: 4976000000 (4.976 Gbps)
Station count: 1
Connections per station: 1
Payload (PDU) sizes: AUTO (AUTO)

Observed Amount:

Download Amount: Cx Min: 2.509 GB Cx Ave: 2.509 GB Cx Max: 2.509 GB All Cx: 2.509 GB
Upload Amount: Cx Min: 3.121 GB Cx Ave: 3.121 GB Cx Max: 3.121 GB All Cx: 3.121 GB
Total: 5.63 GB

This graph shows fairness. On a fair system, each station should get about the same throughput.
In the download direction, it is mostly the device-under-test that is responsible for this behavior,
but in the upload direction, LANforge itself would be the source of most fairness issues
unless the device-under-test takes specific actions to ensure fairness.



CSV Data for Combined Received Megabytes, for entire 1 m run
Combined Received Megabytes, for entire 1 m run

Text Data for Graph

Requested Parameters:

Download Rate: Per station: 1244000000 (1.244 Gbps) All: 2488000000 (2.488 Gbps)
Upload Rate: Per station: 1244000000 (1.244 Gbps) All: 2488000000 (2.488 Gbps)
Total: 4976000000 (4.976 Gbps)
Station count: 2
Connections per station: 1
Payload (PDU) sizes: AUTO (AUTO)

Observed Rate:

Download Rate: Cx Min: 144.037 Mbps Cx Ave: 156.312 Mbps Cx Max: 168.587 Mbps All Cx: 312.624 Mbps
Upload Rate: Cx Min: 262.435 Mbps Cx Ave: 286.533 Mbps Cx Max: 310.631 Mbps All Cx: 573.066 Mbps
Total: 885.69 Mbps
Aggregated Rate: Min: 406.472 Mbps Avg: 442.845 Mbps Max: 479.218 Mbps

This graph shows fairness. On a fair system, each station should get about the same throughput.
In the download direction, it is mostly the device-under-test that is responsible for this behavior,
but in the upload direction, LANforge itself would be the source of most fairness issues
unless the device-under-test takes specific actions to ensure fairness.



CSV Data for Combined Mbps, 60 second running average
Combined Mbps, 60 second running average

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Requested Parameters:

Download Rate: Per station: 1244000000 (1.244 Gbps) All: 2488000000 (2.488 Gbps)
Upload Rate: Per station: 1244000000 (1.244 Gbps) All: 2488000000 (2.488 Gbps)
Total: 4976000000 (4.976 Gbps)
Station count: 2
Connections per station: 1
Payload (PDU) sizes: AUTO (AUTO)

Observed Amount:

Download Amount: Cx Min: 1.019 GB Cx Ave: 1.103 GB Cx Max: 1.187 GB All Cx: 2.206 GB
Upload Amount: Cx Min: 1.853 GB Cx Ave: 1.914 GB Cx Max: 1.976 GB All Cx: 3.829 GB
Total: 6.035 GB

This graph shows fairness. On a fair system, each station should get about the same throughput.
In the download direction, it is mostly the device-under-test that is responsible for this behavior,
but in the upload direction, LANforge itself would be the source of most fairness issues
unless the device-under-test takes specific actions to ensure fairness.



CSV Data for Combined Received Megabytes, for entire 1 m run
Combined Received Megabytes, for entire 1 m run

Text Data for Graph

Requested Parameters:

Download Rate: Per station: 829333333 (829.333 Mbps) All: 2488000000 (2.488 Gbps)
Upload Rate: Per station: 829333333 (829.333 Mbps) All: 2488000000 (2.488 Gbps)
Total: 4976000000 (4.976 Gbps)
Station count: 3
Connections per station: 1
Payload (PDU) sizes: AUTO (AUTO)

Observed Rate:

Download Rate: Cx Min: 87.989 Mbps Cx Ave: 100.509 Mbps Cx Max: 112.884 Mbps All Cx: 301.528 Mbps
Upload Rate: Cx Min: 98.031 Mbps Cx Ave: 140.07 Mbps Cx Max: 223.525 Mbps All Cx: 420.21 Mbps
Total: 721.739 Mbps
Aggregated Rate: Min: 186.02 Mbps Avg: 240.58 Mbps Max: 336.409 Mbps

This graph shows fairness. On a fair system, each station should get about the same throughput.
In the download direction, it is mostly the device-under-test that is responsible for this behavior,
but in the upload direction, LANforge itself would be the source of most fairness issues
unless the device-under-test takes specific actions to ensure fairness.



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Combined Mbps, 60 second running average

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Requested Parameters:

Download Rate: Per station: 829333333 (829.333 Mbps) All: 2488000000 (2.488 Gbps)
Upload Rate: Per station: 829333333 (829.333 Mbps) All: 2488000000 (2.488 Gbps)
Total: 4976000000 (4.976 Gbps)
Station count: 3
Connections per station: 1
Payload (PDU) sizes: AUTO (AUTO)

Observed Amount:

Download Amount: Cx Min: 638.462 MB Cx Ave: 725.838 MB Cx Max: 813.646 MB All Cx: 2.126 GB
Upload Amount: Cx Min: 1.103 GB Cx Ave: 1.16 GB Cx Max: 1.226 GB All Cx: 3.481 GB
Total: 5.607 GB

This graph shows fairness. On a fair system, each station should get about the same throughput.
In the download direction, it is mostly the device-under-test that is responsible for this behavior,
but in the upload direction, LANforge itself would be the source of most fairness issues
unless the device-under-test takes specific actions to ensure fairness.



CSV Data for Combined Received Megabytes, for entire 1 m run
Combined Received Megabytes, for entire 1 m run

Text Data for Graph

Requested Parameters:

Download Rate: Per station: 622000000 ( 622 Mbps) All: 2488000000 (2.488 Gbps)
Upload Rate: Per station: 622000000 ( 622 Mbps) All: 2488000000 (2.488 Gbps)
Total: 4976000000 (4.976 Gbps)
Station count: 4
Connections per station: 1
Payload (PDU) sizes: AUTO (AUTO)

Observed Rate:

Download Rate: Cx Min: 19.986 Mbps Cx Ave: 89.672 Mbps Cx Max: 122.734 Mbps All Cx: 358.689 Mbps
Upload Rate: Cx Min: 98.219 Mbps Cx Ave: 142.445 Mbps Cx Max: 200.327 Mbps All Cx: 569.778 Mbps
Total: 928.468 Mbps
Aggregated Rate: Min: 118.205 Mbps Avg: 232.117 Mbps Max: 323.061 Mbps

This graph shows fairness. On a fair system, each station should get about the same throughput.
In the download direction, it is mostly the device-under-test that is responsible for this behavior,
but in the upload direction, LANforge itself would be the source of most fairness issues
unless the device-under-test takes specific actions to ensure fairness.



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Combined Mbps, 60 second running average

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Requested Parameters:

Download Rate: Per station: 622000000 ( 622 Mbps) All: 2488000000 (2.488 Gbps)
Upload Rate: Per station: 622000000 ( 622 Mbps) All: 2488000000 (2.488 Gbps)
Total: 4976000000 (4.976 Gbps)
Station count: 4
Connections per station: 1
Payload (PDU) sizes: AUTO (AUTO)

Observed Amount:

Download Amount: Cx Min: 272.278 MB Cx Ave: 971.389 MB Cx Max: 1.233 GB All Cx: 3.794 GB
Upload Amount: Cx Min: 1.078 GB Cx Ave: 1.341 GB Cx Max: 1.845 GB All Cx: 5.364 GB
Total: 9.158 GB

This graph shows fairness. On a fair system, each station should get about the same throughput.
In the download direction, it is mostly the device-under-test that is responsible for this behavior,
but in the upload direction, LANforge itself would be the source of most fairness issues
unless the device-under-test takes specific actions to ensure fairness.



CSV Data for Combined Received Megabytes, for entire 1 m run
Combined Received Megabytes, for entire 1 m run

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Requested Parameters:

Download Rate: Per station: 497600000 (497.6 Mbps) All: 2488000000 (2.488 Gbps)
Upload Rate: Per station: 497600000 (497.6 Mbps) All: 2488000000 (2.488 Gbps)
Total: 4976000000 (4.976 Gbps)
Station count: 5
Connections per station: 1
Payload (PDU) sizes: AUTO (AUTO)

Observed Rate:

Download Rate: Cx Min: 10.126 Mbps Cx Ave: 52.513 Mbps Cx Max: 93.177 Mbps All Cx: 262.563 Mbps
Upload Rate: Cx Min: 92.28 Mbps Cx Ave: 122.732 Mbps Cx Max: 160.927 Mbps All Cx: 613.661 Mbps
Total: 876.224 Mbps
Aggregated Rate: Min: 102.406 Mbps Avg: 175.245 Mbps Max: 254.104 Mbps

This graph shows fairness. On a fair system, each station should get about the same throughput.
In the download direction, it is mostly the device-under-test that is responsible for this behavior,
but in the upload direction, LANforge itself would be the source of most fairness issues
unless the device-under-test takes specific actions to ensure fairness.



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Combined Mbps, 60 second running average

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Requested Parameters:

Download Rate: Per station: 497600000 (497.6 Mbps) All: 2488000000 (2.488 Gbps)
Upload Rate: Per station: 497600000 (497.6 Mbps) All: 2488000000 (2.488 Gbps)
Total: 4976000000 (4.976 Gbps)
Station count: 5
Connections per station: 1
Payload (PDU) sizes: AUTO (AUTO)

Observed Amount:

Download Amount: Cx Min: 73.897 MB Cx Ave: 375.737 MB Cx Max: 664.487 MB All Cx: 1.835 GB
Upload Amount: Cx Min: 564.273 MB Cx Ave: 807.144 MB Cx Max: 1.052 GB All Cx: 3.941 GB
Total: 5.776 GB

This graph shows fairness. On a fair system, each station should get about the same throughput.
In the download direction, it is mostly the device-under-test that is responsible for this behavior,
but in the upload direction, LANforge itself would be the source of most fairness issues
unless the device-under-test takes specific actions to ensure fairness.



CSV Data for Combined Received Megabytes, for entire 1 m run
Combined Received Megabytes, for entire 1 m run

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Requested Parameters:

Download Rate: Per station: 414666666 (414.667 Mbps) All: 2488000000 (2.488 Gbps)
Upload Rate: Per station: 414666666 (414.667 Mbps) All: 2488000000 (2.488 Gbps)
Total: 4976000000 (4.976 Gbps)
Station count: 6
Connections per station: 1
Payload (PDU) sizes: AUTO (AUTO)

Observed Rate:

Download Rate: Cx Min: 13.272 Mbps Cx Ave: 37.319 Mbps Cx Max: 60.909 Mbps All Cx: 223.915 Mbps
Upload Rate: Cx Min: 26.739 Mbps Cx Ave: 65.413 Mbps Cx Max: 109.9 Mbps All Cx: 392.477 Mbps
Total: 616.392 Mbps
Aggregated Rate: Min: 40.011 Mbps Avg: 102.732 Mbps Max: 170.809 Mbps

This graph shows fairness. On a fair system, each station should get about the same throughput.
In the download direction, it is mostly the device-under-test that is responsible for this behavior,
but in the upload direction, LANforge itself would be the source of most fairness issues
unless the device-under-test takes specific actions to ensure fairness.



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Combined Mbps, 60 second running average

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Requested Parameters:

Download Rate: Per station: 414666666 (414.667 Mbps) All: 2488000000 (2.488 Gbps)
Upload Rate: Per station: 414666666 (414.667 Mbps) All: 2488000000 (2.488 Gbps)
Total: 4976000000 (4.976 Gbps)
Station count: 6
Connections per station: 1
Payload (PDU) sizes: AUTO (AUTO)

Observed Amount:

Download Amount: Cx Min: 96.202 MB Cx Ave: 268.765 MB Cx Max: 438.349 MB All Cx: 1.575 GB
Upload Amount: Cx Min: 438.443 MB Cx Ave: 593.043 MB Cx Max: 822.937 MB All Cx: 3.475 GB
Total: 5.05 GB

This graph shows fairness. On a fair system, each station should get about the same throughput.
In the download direction, it is mostly the device-under-test that is responsible for this behavior,
but in the upload direction, LANforge itself would be the source of most fairness issues
unless the device-under-test takes specific actions to ensure fairness.



CSV Data for Combined Received Megabytes, for entire 1 m run
Combined Received Megabytes, for entire 1 m run

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Requested Parameters:

Download Rate: Per station: 355428571 (355.429 Mbps) All: 2488000000 (2.488 Gbps)
Upload Rate: Per station: 355428571 (355.429 Mbps) All: 2488000000 (2.488 Gbps)
Total: 4976000000 (4.976 Gbps)
Station count: 7
Connections per station: 1
Payload (PDU) sizes: AUTO (AUTO)

Observed Rate:

Download Rate: Cx Min: 13.795 Mbps Cx Ave: 33.165 Mbps Cx Max: 57.528 Mbps All Cx: 232.153 Mbps
Upload Rate: Cx Min: 51.228 Mbps Cx Ave: 86.89 Mbps Cx Max: 117.272 Mbps All Cx: 608.233 Mbps
Total: 840.386 Mbps
Aggregated Rate: Min: 65.023 Mbps Avg: 120.055 Mbps Max: 174.8 Mbps

This graph shows fairness. On a fair system, each station should get about the same throughput.
In the download direction, it is mostly the device-under-test that is responsible for this behavior,
but in the upload direction, LANforge itself would be the source of most fairness issues
unless the device-under-test takes specific actions to ensure fairness.



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Combined Mbps, 60 second running average

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Requested Parameters:

Download Rate: Per station: 355428571 (355.429 Mbps) All: 2488000000 (2.488 Gbps)
Upload Rate: Per station: 355428571 (355.429 Mbps) All: 2488000000 (2.488 Gbps)
Total: 4976000000 (4.976 Gbps)
Station count: 7
Connections per station: 1
Payload (PDU) sizes: AUTO (AUTO)

Observed Amount:

Download Amount: Cx Min: 98.682 MB Cx Ave: 237.435 MB Cx Max: 411.534 MB All Cx: 1.623 GB
Upload Amount: Cx Min: 326.879 MB Cx Ave: 489.083 MB Cx Max: 684.046 MB All Cx: 3.343 GB
Total: 4.966 GB

This graph shows fairness. On a fair system, each station should get about the same throughput.
In the download direction, it is mostly the device-under-test that is responsible for this behavior,
but in the upload direction, LANforge itself would be the source of most fairness issues
unless the device-under-test takes specific actions to ensure fairness.



CSV Data for Combined Received Megabytes, for entire 1 m run
Combined Received Megabytes, for entire 1 m run

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Requested Parameters:

Download Rate: Per station: 311000000 ( 311 Mbps) All: 2488000000 (2.488 Gbps)
Upload Rate: Per station: 311000000 ( 311 Mbps) All: 2488000000 (2.488 Gbps)
Total: 4976000000 (4.976 Gbps)
Station count: 8
Connections per station: 1
Payload (PDU) sizes: AUTO (AUTO)

Observed Rate:

Download Rate: Cx Min: 16.712 Mbps Cx Ave: 27.247 Mbps Cx Max: 40.063 Mbps All Cx: 217.979 Mbps
Upload Rate: Cx Min: 31.389 Mbps Cx Ave: 55.164 Mbps Cx Max: 77.534 Mbps All Cx: 441.315 Mbps
Total: 659.293 Mbps
Aggregated Rate: Min: 48.101 Mbps Avg: 82.412 Mbps Max: 117.597 Mbps

This graph shows fairness. On a fair system, each station should get about the same throughput.
In the download direction, it is mostly the device-under-test that is responsible for this behavior,
but in the upload direction, LANforge itself would be the source of most fairness issues
unless the device-under-test takes specific actions to ensure fairness.



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Combined Mbps, 60 second running average

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Requested Parameters:

Download Rate: Per station: 311000000 ( 311 Mbps) All: 2488000000 (2.488 Gbps)
Upload Rate: Per station: 311000000 ( 311 Mbps) All: 2488000000 (2.488 Gbps)
Total: 4976000000 (4.976 Gbps)
Station count: 8
Connections per station: 1
Payload (PDU) sizes: AUTO (AUTO)

Observed Amount:

Download Amount: Cx Min: 119.613 MB Cx Ave: 194.932 MB Cx Max: 289.373 MB All Cx: 1.523 GB
Upload Amount: Cx Min: 229.456 MB Cx Ave: 277.4 MB Cx Max: 363.692 MB All Cx: 2.167 GB
Total: 3.69 GB

This graph shows fairness. On a fair system, each station should get about the same throughput.
In the download direction, it is mostly the device-under-test that is responsible for this behavior,
but in the upload direction, LANforge itself would be the source of most fairness issues
unless the device-under-test takes specific actions to ensure fairness.



CSV Data for Combined Received Megabytes, for entire 1 m run
Combined Received Megabytes, for entire 1 m run

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Requested Parameters:

Download Rate: Per station: 276444444 (276.444 Mbps) All: 2488000000 (2.488 Gbps)
Upload Rate: Per station: 276444444 (276.444 Mbps) All: 2488000000 (2.488 Gbps)
Total: 4976000000 (4.976 Gbps)
Station count: 9
Connections per station: 1
Payload (PDU) sizes: AUTO (AUTO)

Observed Rate:

Download Rate: Cx Min: 12.176 Mbps Cx Ave: 18.724 Mbps Cx Max: 31.037 Mbps All Cx: 168.518 Mbps
Upload Rate: Cx Min: 4.134 Mbps Cx Ave: 19.684 Mbps Cx Max: 38.769 Mbps All Cx: 177.159 Mbps
Total: 345.677 Mbps
Aggregated Rate: Min: 16.309 Mbps Avg: 38.409 Mbps Max: 69.806 Mbps

This graph shows fairness. On a fair system, each station should get about the same throughput.
In the download direction, it is mostly the device-under-test that is responsible for this behavior,
but in the upload direction, LANforge itself would be the source of most fairness issues
unless the device-under-test takes specific actions to ensure fairness.



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Combined Mbps, 60 second running average

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Requested Parameters:

Download Rate: Per station: 276444444 (276.444 Mbps) All: 2488000000 (2.488 Gbps)
Upload Rate: Per station: 276444444 (276.444 Mbps) All: 2488000000 (2.488 Gbps)
Total: 4976000000 (4.976 Gbps)
Station count: 9
Connections per station: 1
Payload (PDU) sizes: AUTO (AUTO)

Observed Amount:

Download Amount: Cx Min: 89.058 MB Cx Ave: 135.442 MB Cx Max: 223.146 MB All Cx: 1.19 GB
Upload Amount: Cx Min: 53.068 MB Cx Ave: 166.071 MB Cx Max: 233.586 MB All Cx: 1.46 GB
Total: 2.65 GB

This graph shows fairness. On a fair system, each station should get about the same throughput.
In the download direction, it is mostly the device-under-test that is responsible for this behavior,
but in the upload direction, LANforge itself would be the source of most fairness issues
unless the device-under-test takes specific actions to ensure fairness.



CSV Data for Combined Received Megabytes, for entire 1 m run
Combined Received Megabytes, for entire 1 m run

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Requested Parameters:

Download Rate: Per station: 248800000 (248.8 Mbps) All: 2488000000 (2.488 Gbps)
Upload Rate: Per station: 248800000 (248.8 Mbps) All: 2488000000 (2.488 Gbps)
Total: 4976000000 (4.976 Gbps)
Station count: 10
Connections per station: 1
Payload (PDU) sizes: AUTO (AUTO)

Observed Rate:

Download Rate: Cx Min: 8.909 Mbps Cx Ave: 14.23 Mbps Cx Max: 22.247 Mbps All Cx: 142.302 Mbps
Upload Rate: Cx Min: 28.614 Mbps Cx Ave: 39.129 Mbps Cx Max: 53.486 Mbps All Cx: 391.293 Mbps
Total: 533.595 Mbps
Aggregated Rate: Min: 37.523 Mbps Avg: 53.359 Mbps Max: 75.733 Mbps

This graph shows fairness. On a fair system, each station should get about the same throughput.
In the download direction, it is mostly the device-under-test that is responsible for this behavior,
but in the upload direction, LANforge itself would be the source of most fairness issues
unless the device-under-test takes specific actions to ensure fairness.



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Combined Mbps, 60 second running average

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Requested Parameters:

Download Rate: Per station: 248800000 (248.8 Mbps) All: 2488000000 (2.488 Gbps)
Upload Rate: Per station: 248800000 (248.8 Mbps) All: 2488000000 (2.488 Gbps)
Total: 4976000000 (4.976 Gbps)
Station count: 10
Connections per station: 1
Payload (PDU) sizes: AUTO (AUTO)

Observed Amount:

Download Amount: Cx Min: 63.435 MB Cx Ave: 101.621 MB Cx Max: 159.057 MB All Cx: 1,016.215 MB
Upload Amount: Cx Min: 66.907 MB Cx Ave: 111.97 MB Cx Max: 150.018 MB All Cx: 1.093 GB
Total: 2.086 GB

This graph shows fairness. On a fair system, each station should get about the same throughput.
In the download direction, it is mostly the device-under-test that is responsible for this behavior,
but in the upload direction, LANforge itself would be the source of most fairness issues
unless the device-under-test takes specific actions to ensure fairness.



CSV Data for Combined Received Megabytes, for entire 1 m run
Combined Received Megabytes, for entire 1 m run

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Requested Parameters:

Download Rate: Per station: 226181818 (226.182 Mbps) All: 2488000000 (2.488 Gbps)
Upload Rate: Per station: 226181818 (226.182 Mbps) All: 2488000000 (2.488 Gbps)
Total: 4976000000 (4.976 Gbps)
Station count: 11
Connections per station: 1
Payload (PDU) sizes: AUTO (AUTO)

Observed Rate:

Download Rate: Cx Min: 8.698 Mbps Cx Ave: 13.178 Mbps Cx Max: 21.757 Mbps All Cx: 144.963 Mbps
Upload Rate: Cx Min: 3.626 Mbps Cx Ave: 7.531 Mbps Cx Max: 18.723 Mbps All Cx: 82.844 Mbps
Total: 227.807 Mbps
Aggregated Rate: Min: 12.324 Mbps Avg: 20.71 Mbps Max: 40.479 Mbps

This graph shows fairness. On a fair system, each station should get about the same throughput.
In the download direction, it is mostly the device-under-test that is responsible for this behavior,
but in the upload direction, LANforge itself would be the source of most fairness issues
unless the device-under-test takes specific actions to ensure fairness.



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Combined Mbps, 60 second running average

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Requested Parameters:

Download Rate: Per station: 226181818 (226.182 Mbps) All: 2488000000 (2.488 Gbps)
Upload Rate: Per station: 226181818 (226.182 Mbps) All: 2488000000 (2.488 Gbps)
Total: 4976000000 (4.976 Gbps)
Station count: 11
Connections per station: 1
Payload (PDU) sizes: AUTO (AUTO)

Observed Amount:

Download Amount: Cx Min: 62.061 MB Cx Ave: 95.214 MB Cx Max: 157.783 MB All Cx: 1.023 GB
Upload Amount: Cx Min: 65.426 MB Cx Ave: 80.442 MB Cx Max: 98.4 MB All Cx: 884.862 MB
Total: 1.887 GB

This graph shows fairness. On a fair system, each station should get about the same throughput.
In the download direction, it is mostly the device-under-test that is responsible for this behavior,
but in the upload direction, LANforge itself would be the source of most fairness issues
unless the device-under-test takes specific actions to ensure fairness.



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Combined Received Megabytes, for entire 1 m run

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Requested Parameters:

Download Rate: Per station: 207333333 (207.333 Mbps) All: 2488000000 (2.488 Gbps)
Upload Rate: Per station: 207333333 (207.333 Mbps) All: 2488000000 (2.488 Gbps)
Total: 4976000000 (4.976 Gbps)
Station count: 12
Connections per station: 1
Payload (PDU) sizes: AUTO (AUTO)

Observed Rate:

Download Rate: Cx Min: 5.764 Mbps Cx Ave: 9.922 Mbps Cx Max: 16.412 Mbps All Cx: 119.068 Mbps
Upload Rate: Cx Min: 744.024 Kbps Cx Ave: 10.217 Mbps Cx Max: 19.373 Mbps All Cx: 122.606 Mbps
Total: 241.675 Mbps
Aggregated Rate: Min: 6.508 Mbps Avg: 20.14 Mbps Max: 35.785 Mbps

This graph shows fairness. On a fair system, each station should get about the same throughput.
In the download direction, it is mostly the device-under-test that is responsible for this behavior,
but in the upload direction, LANforge itself would be the source of most fairness issues
unless the device-under-test takes specific actions to ensure fairness.



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Combined Mbps, 60 second running average

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Requested Parameters:

Download Rate: Per station: 207333333 (207.333 Mbps) All: 2488000000 (2.488 Gbps)
Upload Rate: Per station: 207333333 (207.333 Mbps) All: 2488000000 (2.488 Gbps)
Total: 4976000000 (4.976 Gbps)
Station count: 12
Connections per station: 1
Payload (PDU) sizes: AUTO (AUTO)

Observed Amount:

Download Amount: Cx Min: 42.551 MB Cx Ave: 71.449 MB Cx Max: 119.202 MB All Cx: 857.388 MB
Upload Amount: Cx Min: 45.617 MB Cx Ave: 76.99 MB Cx Max: 98.762 MB All Cx: 923.88 MB
Total: 1.74 GB

This graph shows fairness. On a fair system, each station should get about the same throughput.
In the download direction, it is mostly the device-under-test that is responsible for this behavior,
but in the upload direction, LANforge itself would be the source of most fairness issues
unless the device-under-test takes specific actions to ensure fairness.



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Requested Parameters:

Download Rate: Per station: 191384615 (191.385 Mbps) All: 2488000000 (2.488 Gbps)
Upload Rate: Per station: 191384615 (191.385 Mbps) All: 2488000000 (2.488 Gbps)
Total: 4976000000 (4.976 Gbps)
Station count: 13
Connections per station: 1
Payload (PDU) sizes: AUTO (AUTO)

Observed Rate:

Download Rate: Cx Min: 3.242 Mbps Cx Ave: 7.991 Mbps Cx Max: 12.506 Mbps All Cx: 103.886 Mbps
Upload Rate: Cx Min: 2.528 Mbps Cx Ave: 6.976 Mbps Cx Max: 12.402 Mbps All Cx: 90.69 Mbps
Total: 194.576 Mbps
Aggregated Rate: Min: 5.77 Mbps Avg: 14.967 Mbps Max: 24.907 Mbps

This graph shows fairness. On a fair system, each station should get about the same throughput.
In the download direction, it is mostly the device-under-test that is responsible for this behavior,
but in the upload direction, LANforge itself would be the source of most fairness issues
unless the device-under-test takes specific actions to ensure fairness.



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Requested Parameters:

Download Rate: Per station: 191384615 (191.385 Mbps) All: 2488000000 (2.488 Gbps)
Upload Rate: Per station: 191384615 (191.385 Mbps) All: 2488000000 (2.488 Gbps)
Total: 4976000000 (4.976 Gbps)
Station count: 13
Connections per station: 1
Payload (PDU) sizes: AUTO (AUTO)

Observed Amount:

Download Amount: Cx Min: 23.248 MB Cx Ave: 57.888 MB Cx Max: 90.424 MB All Cx: 752.541 MB
Upload Amount: Cx Min: 27.837 MB Cx Ave: 52.286 MB Cx Max: 72.997 MB All Cx: 679.722 MB
Total: 1.399 GB

This graph shows fairness. On a fair system, each station should get about the same throughput.
In the download direction, it is mostly the device-under-test that is responsible for this behavior,
but in the upload direction, LANforge itself would be the source of most fairness issues
unless the device-under-test takes specific actions to ensure fairness.



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Requested Parameters:

Download Rate: Per station: 177714285 (177.714 Mbps) All: 2488000000 (2.488 Gbps)
Upload Rate: Per station: 177714285 (177.714 Mbps) All: 2488000000 (2.488 Gbps)
Total: 4976000000 (4.976 Gbps)
Station count: 14
Connections per station: 1
Payload (PDU) sizes: AUTO (AUTO)

Observed Rate:

Download Rate: Cx Min: 4.009 Mbps Cx Ave: 6.374 Mbps Cx Max: 10.32 Mbps All Cx: 89.242 Mbps
Upload Rate: Cx Min: 445.765 Kbps Cx Ave: 3.241 Mbps Cx Max: 17.313 Mbps All Cx: 45.38 Mbps
Total: 134.622 Mbps
Aggregated Rate: Min: 4.455 Mbps Avg: 9.616 Mbps Max: 27.633 Mbps

This graph shows fairness. On a fair system, each station should get about the same throughput.
In the download direction, it is mostly the device-under-test that is responsible for this behavior,
but in the upload direction, LANforge itself would be the source of most fairness issues
unless the device-under-test takes specific actions to ensure fairness.



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Requested Parameters:

Download Rate: Per station: 177714285 (177.714 Mbps) All: 2488000000 (2.488 Gbps)
Upload Rate: Per station: 177714285 (177.714 Mbps) All: 2488000000 (2.488 Gbps)
Total: 4976000000 (4.976 Gbps)
Station count: 14
Connections per station: 1
Payload (PDU) sizes: AUTO (AUTO)

Observed Amount:

Download Amount: Cx Min: 28.691 MB Cx Ave: 45.662 MB Cx Max: 73.987 MB All Cx: 639.273 MB
Upload Amount: Cx Min: 19.068 MB Cx Ave: 39.523 MB Cx Max: 57.663 MB All Cx: 553.328 MB
Total: 1.165 GB

This graph shows fairness. On a fair system, each station should get about the same throughput.
In the download direction, it is mostly the device-under-test that is responsible for this behavior,
but in the upload direction, LANforge itself would be the source of most fairness issues
unless the device-under-test takes specific actions to ensure fairness.



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Requested Parameters:

Download Rate: Per station: 165866666 (165.867 Mbps) All: 2488000000 (2.488 Gbps)
Upload Rate: Per station: 165866666 (165.867 Mbps) All: 2488000000 (2.488 Gbps)
Total: 4976000000 (4.976 Gbps)
Station count: 15
Connections per station: 1
Payload (PDU) sizes: AUTO (AUTO)

Observed Rate:

Download Rate: Cx Min: 2.87 Mbps Cx Ave: 5.907 Mbps Cx Max: 10.487 Mbps All Cx: 88.61 Mbps
Upload Rate: Cx Min: 519.637 Kbps Cx Ave: 7.283 Mbps Cx Max: 17.757 Mbps All Cx: 109.245 Mbps
Total: 197.855 Mbps
Aggregated Rate: Min: 3.39 Mbps Avg: 13.19 Mbps Max: 28.244 Mbps

This graph shows fairness. On a fair system, each station should get about the same throughput.
In the download direction, it is mostly the device-under-test that is responsible for this behavior,
but in the upload direction, LANforge itself would be the source of most fairness issues
unless the device-under-test takes specific actions to ensure fairness.



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Requested Parameters:

Download Rate: Per station: 165866666 (165.867 Mbps) All: 2488000000 (2.488 Gbps)
Upload Rate: Per station: 165866666 (165.867 Mbps) All: 2488000000 (2.488 Gbps)
Total: 4976000000 (4.976 Gbps)
Station count: 15
Connections per station: 1
Payload (PDU) sizes: AUTO (AUTO)

Observed Amount:

Download Amount: Cx Min: 20.464 MB Cx Ave: 43.098 MB Cx Max: 78.083 MB All Cx: 646.475 MB
Upload Amount: Cx Min: 22.188 MB Cx Ave: 35.233 MB Cx Max: 48.104 MB All Cx: 528.496 MB
Total: 1.147 GB

This graph shows fairness. On a fair system, each station should get about the same throughput.
In the download direction, it is mostly the device-under-test that is responsible for this behavior,
but in the upload direction, LANforge itself would be the source of most fairness issues
unless the device-under-test takes specific actions to ensure fairness.



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Combined Received Megabytes, for entire 1 m run

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Requested Parameters:

Download Rate: Per station: 155500000 (155.5 Mbps) All: 2488000000 (2.488 Gbps)
Upload Rate: Per station: 155500000 (155.5 Mbps) All: 2488000000 (2.488 Gbps)
Total: 4976000000 (4.976 Gbps)
Station count: 16
Connections per station: 1
Payload (PDU) sizes: AUTO (AUTO)

Observed Rate:

Download Rate: Cx Min: 2.402 Mbps Cx Ave: 4.984 Mbps Cx Max: 8.234 Mbps All Cx: 79.741 Mbps
Upload Rate: Cx Min: 424.826 Kbps Cx Ave: 3.233 Mbps Cx Max: 8.552 Mbps All Cx: 51.733 Mbps
Total: 131.474 Mbps
Aggregated Rate: Min: 2.827 Mbps Avg: 8.217 Mbps Max: 16.786 Mbps

This graph shows fairness. On a fair system, each station should get about the same throughput.
In the download direction, it is mostly the device-under-test that is responsible for this behavior,
but in the upload direction, LANforge itself would be the source of most fairness issues
unless the device-under-test takes specific actions to ensure fairness.



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Requested Parameters:

Download Rate: Per station: 155500000 (155.5 Mbps) All: 2488000000 (2.488 Gbps)
Upload Rate: Per station: 155500000 (155.5 Mbps) All: 2488000000 (2.488 Gbps)
Total: 4976000000 (4.976 Gbps)
Station count: 16
Connections per station: 1
Payload (PDU) sizes: AUTO (AUTO)

Observed Amount:

Download Amount: Cx Min: 17.206 MB Cx Ave: 35.794 MB Cx Max: 58.845 MB All Cx: 572.71 MB
Upload Amount: Cx Min: 10.7 MB Cx Ave: 28.777 MB Cx Max: 40.467 MB All Cx: 460.428 MB
Total: 1.009 GB

This graph shows fairness. On a fair system, each station should get about the same throughput.
In the download direction, it is mostly the device-under-test that is responsible for this behavior,
but in the upload direction, LANforge itself would be the source of most fairness issues
unless the device-under-test takes specific actions to ensure fairness.



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Requested Parameters:

Download Rate: Per station: 146352941 (146.353 Mbps) All: 2488000000 (2.488 Gbps)
Upload Rate: Per station: 146352941 (146.353 Mbps) All: 2488000000 (2.488 Gbps)
Total: 4976000000 (4.976 Gbps)
Station count: 17
Connections per station: 1
Payload (PDU) sizes: AUTO (AUTO)

Observed Rate:

Download Rate: Cx Min: 2.295 Mbps Cx Ave: 4.291 Mbps Cx Max: 7.84 Mbps All Cx: 72.952 Mbps
Upload Rate: Cx Min: 358.621 Kbps Cx Ave: 3.172 Mbps Cx Max: 8.834 Mbps All Cx: 53.929 Mbps
Total: 126.881 Mbps
Aggregated Rate: Min: 2.654 Mbps Avg: 7.464 Mbps Max: 16.675 Mbps

This graph shows fairness. On a fair system, each station should get about the same throughput.
In the download direction, it is mostly the device-under-test that is responsible for this behavior,
but in the upload direction, LANforge itself would be the source of most fairness issues
unless the device-under-test takes specific actions to ensure fairness.



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Combined Mbps, 60 second running average

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Requested Parameters:

Download Rate: Per station: 146352941 (146.353 Mbps) All: 2488000000 (2.488 Gbps)
Upload Rate: Per station: 146352941 (146.353 Mbps) All: 2488000000 (2.488 Gbps)
Total: 4976000000 (4.976 Gbps)
Station count: 17
Connections per station: 1
Payload (PDU) sizes: AUTO (AUTO)

Observed Amount:

Download Amount: Cx Min: 16.415 MB Cx Ave: 30.99 MB Cx Max: 57.526 MB All Cx: 526.834 MB
Upload Amount: Cx Min: 9.784 MB Cx Ave: 22.812 MB Cx Max: 33.339 MB All Cx: 387.807 MB
Total: 914.64 MB

This graph shows fairness. On a fair system, each station should get about the same throughput.
In the download direction, it is mostly the device-under-test that is responsible for this behavior,
but in the upload direction, LANforge itself would be the source of most fairness issues
unless the device-under-test takes specific actions to ensure fairness.



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Combined Received Megabytes, for entire 1 m run

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Requested Parameters:

Download Rate: Per station: 138222222 (138.222 Mbps) All: 2488000000 (2.488 Gbps)
Upload Rate: Per station: 138222222 (138.222 Mbps) All: 2488000000 (2.488 Gbps)
Total: 4976000000 (4.976 Gbps)
Station count: 18
Connections per station: 1
Payload (PDU) sizes: AUTO (AUTO)

Observed Rate:

Download Rate: Cx Min: 2.17 Mbps Cx Ave: 4.107 Mbps Cx Max: 6.797 Mbps All Cx: 73.935 Mbps
Upload Rate: Cx Min: 303.101 Kbps Cx Ave: 2.9 Mbps Cx Max: 5.681 Mbps All Cx: 52.198 Mbps
Total: 126.133 Mbps
Aggregated Rate: Min: 2.473 Mbps Avg: 7.007 Mbps Max: 12.478 Mbps

This graph shows fairness. On a fair system, each station should get about the same throughput.
In the download direction, it is mostly the device-under-test that is responsible for this behavior,
but in the upload direction, LANforge itself would be the source of most fairness issues
unless the device-under-test takes specific actions to ensure fairness.



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Combined Mbps, 60 second running average

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Requested Parameters:

Download Rate: Per station: 138222222 (138.222 Mbps) All: 2488000000 (2.488 Gbps)
Upload Rate: Per station: 138222222 (138.222 Mbps) All: 2488000000 (2.488 Gbps)
Total: 4976000000 (4.976 Gbps)
Station count: 18
Connections per station: 1
Payload (PDU) sizes: AUTO (AUTO)

Observed Amount:

Download Amount: Cx Min: 15.53 MB Cx Ave: 29.553 MB Cx Max: 48.379 MB All Cx: 531.953 MB
Upload Amount: Cx Min: 9.529 MB Cx Ave: 23.153 MB Cx Max: 33.081 MB All Cx: 416.752 MB
Total: 948.704 MB

This graph shows fairness. On a fair system, each station should get about the same throughput.
In the download direction, it is mostly the device-under-test that is responsible for this behavior,
but in the upload direction, LANforge itself would be the source of most fairness issues
unless the device-under-test takes specific actions to ensure fairness.



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Combined Received Megabytes, for entire 1 m run

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Requested Parameters:

Download Rate: Per station: 130947368 (130.947 Mbps) All: 2488000000 (2.488 Gbps)
Upload Rate: Per station: 130947368 (130.947 Mbps) All: 2488000000 (2.488 Gbps)
Total: 4976000000 (4.976 Gbps)
Station count: 19
Connections per station: 1
Payload (PDU) sizes: AUTO (AUTO)

Observed Rate:

Download Rate: Cx Min: 1.852 Mbps Cx Ave: 3.687 Mbps Cx Max: 7.432 Mbps All Cx: 70.052 Mbps
Upload Rate: Cx Min: 1.178 Mbps Cx Ave: 4.402 Mbps Cx Max: 14.427 Mbps All Cx: 83.632 Mbps
Total: 153.685 Mbps
Aggregated Rate: Min: 3.03 Mbps Avg: 8.089 Mbps Max: 21.859 Mbps

This graph shows fairness. On a fair system, each station should get about the same throughput.
In the download direction, it is mostly the device-under-test that is responsible for this behavior,
but in the upload direction, LANforge itself would be the source of most fairness issues
unless the device-under-test takes specific actions to ensure fairness.



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Combined Mbps, 60 second running average

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Requested Parameters:

Download Rate: Per station: 130947368 (130.947 Mbps) All: 2488000000 (2.488 Gbps)
Upload Rate: Per station: 130947368 (130.947 Mbps) All: 2488000000 (2.488 Gbps)
Total: 4976000000 (4.976 Gbps)
Station count: 19
Connections per station: 1
Payload (PDU) sizes: AUTO (AUTO)

Observed Amount:

Download Amount: Cx Min: 13.323 MB Cx Ave: 26.554 MB Cx Max: 53.309 MB All Cx: 504.518 MB
Upload Amount: Cx Min: 6.748 MB Cx Ave: 21.489 MB Cx Max: 31.346 MB All Cx: 408.283 MB
Total: 912.801 MB

This graph shows fairness. On a fair system, each station should get about the same throughput.
In the download direction, it is mostly the device-under-test that is responsible for this behavior,
but in the upload direction, LANforge itself would be the source of most fairness issues
unless the device-under-test takes specific actions to ensure fairness.



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Maximum Stations Connected: 19
Stations NOT connected at this time: 0
Maximum Stations with IP Address: 19
Stations without IP at this time: 0


CSV Data for Station Maximums
Station Maximums

RF stats give an indication of how well how congested is the RF environment. Channel activity is what the wifi radio reports as the busy-time for the RF environment. It is expected that this be near 100% when LANforge is running at max speed, but at lower speeds, this should be a lower percentage unless the RF environment is busy with other systems.


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RF Stats for Stations

RX-Signal and Activity Data


Link rate stats give an indication of how well the rate-control is working. For rate-control, the 'RX' link rate corresponds to what the device-under-test is transmitting. If all of the stations are on the same radio, then the TX and RX encoding rates should be similar for all stations. If there is a definite pattern where some stations do not get good RX rate, then probably the device-under-test has rate-control problems. The TX rate is what LANforge is transmitting at.


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Link Rate for Stations

TX/RX Link Rate Data


Key Performance Indicators CSV


Scan Results for SSIDs used in this test.

BSS 00:0a:52:38:84:1b(on wlan14)
	last seen: 2572.484s [boottime]
	TSF: 2586027453 usec (0d, 00:43:06)
	freq: 5955
	beacon interval: 240 TUs
	capability: ESS Privacy (0x0011)
	signal: -77.00 dBm
	last seen: 9 ms ago
	Information elements from Probe Response frame:
	SSID: ben-7916-6g
	Supported rates: 6.0* 9.0 12.0* 18.0 24.0* 36.0 48.0 54.0 
	DS Parameter set: channel 1
	RSN:	 * Version: 1
		 * Group cipher: CCMP
		 * Pairwise ciphers: CCMP
		 * Authentication suites: SAE
		 * Capabilities: 16-PTKSA-RC 1-GTKSA-RC MFP-required MFP-capable (0x00cc)
	Supported operating classes:
		 * current operating class: 134
	Extended capabilities:
		 * Extended Channel Switching
		 * Multiple BSSID
		 * SSID List
		 * Operating Mode Notification
		 * 6
	Transmit Power Envelope:
	Transmit Power Envelope:
	HE capabilities:
		HE MAC Capabilities (0x00051a081044):
			+HTC HE Supported
			TWT Responder
			BSR
			OM Control
			Maximum A-MPDU Length Exponent: 3
			BQR
			A-MSDU in A-MPDU
			OM Control UL MU Data Disable RX
		HE PHY Capabilities: (0x0c20ce126f09afc8000c00):
			HE40/HE80/5GHz
			HE160/5GHz
			LDPC Coding in Payload
			NDP with 4x HE-LTF and 3.2us GI
			STBC Tx <= 80MHz
			STBC Rx <= 80MHz
			Full Bandwidth UL MU-MIMO
			Partial Bandwidth UL MU-MIMO
			DCM Max Constellation: 2
			DCM Max Constellation Rx: 2
			SU Beamformee
			MU Beamformer
			Beamformee STS <= 80Mhz: 3
			Beamformee STS > 80Mhz: 3
			Sounding Dimensions <= 80Mhz: 1
			Sounding Dimensions > 80Mhz: 1
			Codebook Size SU Feedback
			Codebook Size MU Feedback
			Triggered SU Beamforming Feedback
			Triggered MU Beamforming Feedback
			Partial Bandwidth Extended Range
			PPE Threshold Present
			Max NC: 1
			STBC Tx > 80MHz
			STBC Rx > 80MHz
			TX 1024-QAM
			RX 1024-QAM
		HE RX MCS and NSS set <= 80 MHz
			1 streams: MCS 0-11
			2 streams: MCS 0-11
			3 streams: not supported
			4 streams: not supported
			5 streams: not supported
			6 streams: not supported
			7 streams: not supported
			8 streams: not supported
		HE TX MCS and NSS set <= 80 MHz
			1 streams: MCS 0-11
			2 streams: MCS 0-11
			3 streams: not supported
			4 streams: not supported
			5 streams: not supported
			6 streams: not supported
			7 streams: not supported
			8 streams: not supported
		HE RX MCS and NSS set 160 MHz
			1 streams: MCS 0-11
			2 streams: MCS 0-11
			3 streams: not supported
			4 streams: not supported
			5 streams: not supported
			6 streams: not supported
			7 streams: not supported
			8 streams: not supported
		HE TX MCS and NSS set 160 MHz
			1 streams: MCS 0-11
			2 streams: MCS 0-11
			3 streams: not supported
			4 streams: not supported
			5 streams: not supported
			6 streams: not supported
			7 streams: not supported
			8 streams: not supported
		PPE Threshold 0x39 0x1c 0xc7 0x71 0x1c 0x07 
	WMM:	 * Parameter version 1
		 * BE: CW 15-1023, AIFSN 3
		 * BK: CW 15-1023, AIFSN 7
		 * VI: CW 7-15, AIFSN 2, TXOP 3008 usec
		 * VO: CW 3-7, AIFSN 2, TXOP 1504 usec




META Information for Report for: Wifi Capacity Test
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