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GS059 Dec 26, 2007, 02:28pm EST Report Abuse
Hello, I am new to wireless n, as in I did not even know about it until my old router died after its years of service....
anyway... I bought a WRT330N and WPC600N and it says I can get over 200mbps on it, but I seem to be stuck down at 18-54 and every time my utility refreshes it changes, some times it is over 100 but only for half a second. what am I doing wrong?


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Chris McNally Dec 26, 2007, 05:42pm EST Report Abuse
>> Re: wireless n with linksys
Max throughput is always a notional business, i.e. what you should be able to get in a perfect world (like standing next to the router in a vacuum bubble, for example). If you're getting such wide variations then try changing the channel the router broadcasts on - could be that something's interfering. Also fiddle with the ariel direction, being mindful of the fact that the data is sent out in a kind of "umberella" shape by the ariel, so try to point it side on to the device you're connecting with.

Regards,

Chris McNally

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GS059 Dec 26, 2007, 06:17pm EST Report Abuse
>> Re: wireless n with linksys
well, I have to say, I changed the channel and now I am getting 120+ so thank you a lot.

Chris McNally Jan 02, 2008, 10:35am EST Report Abuse
>> Re: wireless n with linksys
You're welcome.

Regards,

Chris McNally

Moderator - Hardware Analysis
E-mail: chris@hardwareanalysis.com


 

    
 
 

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