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Is there any way to get the wifi performance using the Wifi Diagnostics?

I have a 802.11n network running on Apple TimeMachine.

The Wifi Diagnostics created diagnostics report but I don't know which log file would have this information?

Can someone point me to the right file?

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I found this macworld.com/article/1140684/check_wifi_speeds.html which states that older Airport Utility had a Logs/Statistics option. Was this moved to some other application? –  Vineet Bhatia Jan 2 '13 at 22:13
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When the Wi-Fi diagnostics tool finishes, the logs get saved to your desktop.

If that didn't happen or was deleted, you will have to find them from a backup or re-run the tool.

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Depending on what performance you are monitoring, I would start with the two files to get a summary of the signal and noise of your Wi-Fi recording session:

  • link-events.log:
  • link-info.log:
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I have the logs but which log file would have the performance numbers? –  Vineet Bhatia Jan 2 '13 at 21:15
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