Benchmarks - Wired Throughput
LAN-to-LAN throughput landed the Buffalo WXR-1900DHPD near the bottom as one of the slower routers we have tested. At 860 Mbps, the 1900DHPD lands just .2 Mbps quicker than the 1750DHP from Buffalo and 4 Mbps quicker than the 868L from D-Link.
WAN to LAN throughput reached a peak of 858 Mbps, similar again to the WZR-1750DHP from Buffalo and nearly 20 Mbps quicker than the RTA15 from Amped and 818DRU from TRENDnet.
Benchmarks - Wireless Throughput
Wireless throughput was a different story as the 2.4GHz band at the 40MHz width was chart topping at 247 Mbps, while the 20MHz width was rather disappointing at 49.3 Mbps.
5GHz performance had good and bad points. The bad was again at 20MHz with terrible performance at 55 Mbps, but changing bands to 40MHz increase performance fivefold to 225 Mbps and nearly doubled that again switching to 80MHz.
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