So using WISP repeater to connect to my buildings guest network.
Using my TP-Link WR802n was getting around 10 Mb, using the Mango (3.022) was only getting around 1Mb (it would jump initially to 6-7Mb and then drop down to about 1Mb) via Speedtest. A huge difference!
Tried all sorts of things trying to work out what the difference might be.
Finally figured perhaps the IPV6 was the issue, the only major difference that I could see between the 2 units.
Network/Interface/LAN/Advanced Unclicked “Use builtin IPv6-management” and BAM, 10Mb!
Never had this much difference between the two units before and not sure what’s special about this network but worth keeping in mind for future reference if you get slow WISP repeater speeds.
I am having the same issue on my GL-AR750S running the latest firmware, 3.025. I am getting speeds around 10Mbps while in repeater mode, then when I make the change that @limbot suggested, it immediately jumps up to 100-120Mbps, which is what I would expect to see. Not sure why but it seems like it’s a bug of some kind.
As I described the problem in my old tread, I could fix it temporary on the old firmware. Where I could change the speed to 300 and there by have a normal speed. Same router, same place, same networks interferences, but whent from 3-9 mbits to 80-90mbits. SAME SETUP except I changed the speed to 10 and then back to 300.
It showes what the device is able to and what it actually uses.
There are only 3 20MHz channels that do not overlap on 2.4GHz - 1, 6, and 11. Channel 5 is not a good setting as it will overlap channel 1 and 6. Also forcing 300Mbit / 40MHz wide channels will cause more disturbance and may make it slower than using a 20MHz / 150Mbit setting.
Okay, after switching to channel 11 on my main router, it mini router now get’s about 50mbps down and upload.
That’s way bedder. But sadly I can’t change the channel when I’m in a hotel.
I had the mini router in the drawer ever since I bought it because I con’t use it for me.
Ja let’s hope that they will do something with wifi 6.