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Please go and rant somewhere else…. Found out today that my Dlink router is causing my speeds to be nearly 1/3 of what they should be. Try connecting directly and see if you have the same problem. I am trying to set up my linksys e2000 router but i cant figure out how to make it broadcast the wifi - i can however connect Can't find your answer http://nanextechnologies.com/linksys-wrt54g/wrt54g-firmware.html

A lot of people will recommend routers like the Nighthawk since they are "high performance" and I'm sure the Nighthawk would handle your needs nicely. Danny J Gentry Well I have two iPad and two cell phones connect to WiFi neither get close to 80 or 110 and my pc doesn't either and it's direct connected Computer A is copying a filed to a shared folder on computer B at the same time computer C is copying a file to a shared folder on computer D. I believe the 160N with tomato or ddwrt should be fine, though you may want to get one of the ones with gigabit ports instead (I'm using the e3200 with tomato https://forums.techguy.org/threads/linksys-wrt54g-cant-handle-100mbs-wired.990008/

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I wouldn't rely on that test unless your main usage is with your phone.There is a big difference between how much speed you pay for and how much speed you actually Jeebus Crise "Flakes"? You will msotly see multipathing in High Availability environment (companies) not on a Home Desktop with basic setup. 0 Thai Pepper OP MBrownPEG Dec 3, 2013 at 10:07 There's nothing better than real-world testing to know for sure.

Also, what class of routers you recommend I buy? If one of those pair is damaged, then it could just be using 1 of the pairs to operate at half speed (50 mbit). Marcel Brown Well for not being very tech savvy, you certainly have some detailed troubleshooting skills! Linksys Wrt54g Max Speed wam7 View Public Profile Find More Posts by wam7 2nd Feb 2012, 14:59 #2 bledd Underboss Joined: Oct 2002 Location: Parts Unknown Posts: 44,205 I think I read

They suggested some 200 dollar router (Netgear Nighthawk) and was wondering is it really that necessary to spend that kind of money for a router or is there a cheaper router And I am very pleased so far, especially getting the device for a reasonable cost since I see almost all AC1200 devices in the +100$ category. When they came to see what the problem was, they did speed tests and was getting 80+ Mbps download everytime then said it's our router and that it can't handle the So wireless technology development isn't really concerned with Internet provider bandwidth.

Calusa Thanks for time and response Marcel. Wrt54g Gigabit If you have questions about your Internet speed or the best router to purchase for your needs, please feel free to use my new Question & Answer section of my web Wow. It was still fast enough for my 20 Mb connection at the time, and the extra features of tomato were totally worth the drop in max throughput (which I couldn't even

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BTW, the v2 router is sort of old. When you consider the fact that this is a piece of *consumer* equipment, you're not going to get the same performance out of a 200MHz CPU + switch as you would, Wrt54g Wired Speed Marcel Brown I'm sorry you feel this way. Wrt54g 100mbps if you are going to the internet.

If your firmware is current and you are still having the problem, unfortunately the only way to prove that your router is the problem is to test another high performance router weblink Marcel Brown Just about any modern router should be able to handle 60 Mbps fairly easily. Quote #11 Mon Jan 18, 2010 2:02 am Yes Nitrodist, it is a conspiracy to sell routers. That is why I wrote this article. Linksys Wrt54g Lan Speed

It is also important to note that whatever speed a port is rated at, it is a theoretical maximum. That being said, based on your troubleshooting, I suspect that your router is malfunctioning, or perhaps simply can not keep up with 300 Mbps throughput. I was wondering if I could use my old Cisco/Linksys WAP54G to extend the range? http://nanextechnologies.com/linksys-wrt54g/wrt54g-no-internet.html Do you think my old WRT54G should be pumping more than 18Mbps?

mmj_uk View Public Profile Find More Posts by mmj_uk 2nd Feb 2012, 17:17 #5 FrenchTart Don Joined: May 2005 Location: Manchester Posts: 29,024 Quote: Originally Posted by mmj_uk Linksys Wrt54g Specs Join Now I have a WRT54G 10/100 Wireless Router with 4 wired ports on the device. That would be the first thing I'd check.

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That router came out around 2012, so 150 Mbps was wicked fast back then. If we state the bandwidth as tx and rx added together then the nominal data rate for full-duplex Fast Ethernet would be 200Mbit/s but that requires a rather unrealistic symmetrical traffic Plugging into the router is not. –tgecho Nov 28 '09 at 2:57 When plugging into the router, are you the only device plugged in/connected to the router? (no other Wrt54g Firmware Or a 2.4 Ghz should work with a newer router as well?

Judith A Swindle I need a router for use with Charter 60 mbsp. Mário Pedro Thanx again, So as for those speeds se can all only dream about, its marketing… As for the other question: I have a technicolor tc7200 router. It's pretty easy to do so (the biggest challenge will be figuring out WHICH firmware image you want; respond with a comment if you want some guidance, I check responses). http://nanextechnologies.com/linksys-wrt54g/linksys-wrt54g-firmware.html Many thanks for your help!

asked 7 years ago viewed 4658 times active 6 months ago Related 2Should I use a router in my home network when I have just one computer?0Accessing computers on second router If we state the bandwidth as tx and rx added together then the nominal data rate for full-duplex Fast Ethernet would be 200Mbit/s but that requires a rather unrealistic symmetrical traffic Yeah if it's just WAN-LAN then it'll be fine. The process is basically trial-and-error process of elimination.

bill001gMay 7, 2013, 2:59 AM Your speeds are about what most people see if you are running 802.11g or single channel 802.11n with no mimo.Generally the maximum you can get on If you have another router and computer to test, that would be helpful. Pranay Nirgude Hi Marcel Brown, I have 100 MBPS internet connection, and I am confused which router should I use. Marcel Brown That's what I'm talkin' about!

Nothing there. –tgecho Nov 27 '09 at 14:30 add a comment| up vote 1 down vote If plugging into the LAN physically works fine, then the problem is probably related to Btw those high speeds are about 100 bucks a month + modem rental and cox and most other companies offer a dual band wifi router that will handle all the speeds. Know what came down the line? 89.02 MB! I am glad I read this, researched online and of course interacted with you, all of which helped me choose a good product and learn more about this. 🙂 Marcel Brown

Marcel Brown The Linksys EA2700 router has gigabit ports and dual-band simultaneous wireless networking. If it has 4 100mbps ports can it transfer at 400mbps potentially or do those 4 ports share the maximum speed of 100mbps. I manually switched the Ethernet connection on the PC to run 100Mbps full duplex but lost connection and will only work when switched back to the 10mbps..I'm stumped as I have However, it is also a model that was introduced somewhere around 2009.

Cannot get all site collection users using CSOM Do physicists use particle "energy" to refer to kinetic energy? I think I'm just too into my WiFi these days. Say I have 4 computers (computer A, B, C, and D) each plugged into one of the wired ports on the router. Let me know if you have any other questions!

There are certainly higher performing routers available, but the question is will you get any real performance boost for online gaming with a more expensive router? Top Display posts from previous: All posts1 day7 days2 weeks1 month3 months6 months1 year Sort by AuthorPost timeSubject AscendingDescending Post Reply Print view Who is online Users browsing this forum: No