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I'm thinking about going abit more wireless at home but would like to test data throughput from my various Apple devices which are located in different rooms.

Although I get full strength, I'd be interested to see what the data rates are.

Could anyone recommend an iApp and also something for my Mac?

Free would be good

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Just want to know throughput - head to speedtest.net

They also have an app for all the various mobile OSs.

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It's WLAN I want to test, not WAN
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