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Performance What performance should I expect?

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Re: performance

54g products will perform differently depending on whether or not there is 802.11b traffic in the immediate environment. The rules-of-thumb for throughput are: In an 802.11g-only environment, throughput will be between 4-5 times the throughput of an 802.11b network. The maximum throughput can exceed 24 Mbps. In an environment that includes 802.11b devices, throughput will be about double the throughput of an 802.11b network. The maximum throughput can exceed 10 Mbps. In addition, all 54g radios have better sensitivity than current 802.11b radios, and 54g provides outstanding coverage in its 802.11b compatible mode.

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Connect to the local server using Windows Authentication and specify
the AdventureWorks database as the database in use. To connect using
SQL Server Authentication, set values for the "UID" and "PWD"
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May 09, 2011 | Routers

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Previous attempts at booting this system have failed at chekpoint {vcls} .for help in resolving this problem , memory write/ read failure at off90000,read f916f912 expecting f916f916 memory address...

Open the router, remove the memory sticks and reseat them. Sounds like the memory channels are having issues if the memory itself isn't the problem.

Feb 28, 2011 | Routers

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Hi some recent e mails are not being received

Kindly try to delet the unnessary mails from your inbox and also try to to delet the spam mail also. Further when you are expecting the incoming mail, but you are not reciept of the email from the other side, then also try to delet the some mails which are not important to you.

This problem is not with Router OR Modem.

Then certainly you will recieve the expected incoming email from other side.
Kindly try. Good Luck.

Dec 18, 2010 | Routers

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I cant locate my disc to the Belkin G+ wireless router. I went to the default IP address and reset to default and now I cant get it to work as a wireless at all. Any suggestions?

setup manualy yuor router.


You need to restore the factory defaults using the web interface. This may be because the router is not performing as expected or you wish to remove all previously configured settings.

Setup steps:

  1. Connect the computer to one of the four LAN ports on the router.
  2. Open a web browser on the computer.
  3. In the address bar of the web browser, type
  4. Click Login in the upper right-hand corner of the page. The router does not ship with a password, so just click Submit.
  5. after that you go to ssid and setup your network
  6. select your password us a 64bit wep
  7. disable WPS
  8. disable Firewall

and good luck finish.

Dec 07, 2010 | Belkin F5D7234-4 Router

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My IP address on my wireless router does not match the one displayed on my wireless device (iPhone). The phone connects to the wifi network, but does not perform at the expected wifi speed.

The IP addresses should be different from each other, otherwise you would experience an IP conflict. Each device on your network (including the router) should have its own IP address.

Oct 19, 2010 | Routers

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We tried to add another computer to our network and in doing so we inserted the pin number to our router for the ssid and our network dropped everything. Now neither one of us can get on line.

You can change the wireless network set up on the computer's network card to reflect the new SSID, or go into the router's setup page by connecting a network cable between a computer and the router. You might have to remove or disable the wireless card on that computer first.

To do the first suggestion, start the Windows Wireless Network Configuration program - or the one included with and used to set up the card initially. Look for the SSID setting and make the changes needed to reflect the current SSID used.

To do the second, connect a computer to the one of router's LAN ports (or use one that is already connected). Access the router's "setup page" by opening IE or whatever browser you use and enter the IP address of the router. This is usually, or Do not put "www" in front of the numbers.. just the numbers and decimal points is needed (if it comes up "" that's ok). Supply the username and password and look for Wireless Settings and change the SSID to what the computers are expecting to see.

If you can't do any of these steps, dues to lost passwords, etc. a factory reset will be needed to performed. Follow instructions included with the router as done when new.

Good luck!

Apr 16, 2010 | Belkin F5D8236-4 Router

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If i have a belkin pre-n router (# F5D8230-4) will i be able to connect with a "G" 2.0 adapter or should i get a "N" adapter. When I told the guys at my local retail, they did not know what a "pre-n"...

Because the routers are pre-N they will support B-N because n isnt standard and is still a little touchy. you will be fine. but the downside, you arent getting the true N speed because your comp is running G, if you could elaborate on your computer a bit more im sure we could find an N internal card to replace the G stock. let us know

Jun 26, 2009 | Belkin Wireless Pre-N (F5D8230-4) Router...

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Remember, there are no stupid questions, just stupid people who ask questions....only kidding.

The reset button will refresh connections if pressed quickly. The manual says to hold it for "a few seconds" to perform a complete reset. A complete reset will return it to factory defaults. It's IP address will be and when you login username should be left blank and the password will be "admin" with no quotation marks. It wll also be set to DHCP and there will be no security.

As far as re-starting your computer, there is no reason to do this, but...if your computer expects the router's address to be something other than or if it's set up to expect a static IP configuration you'll need to change some things on the computer.

I want you to know that I don't get paid for providing these suggestions. It's a strange hobby I know, but I like trying to help. If you found this information helpful I hope you'll rate it positively. If it does not help please ask more questions, I'd be happy to help more. Thanks, and good luck.

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Netgear WPN824 wireless router

there is no reason why you shouldnt connect at 108 mpbs, so there are only a coulple of things you can try, the first is to change the channel that your router transmits on within the router settings, although this should automatically be done by the router when it comes up against any interference. Secondly try the adapter in a different usb port as USB 2.0 should be used and the port may not be recognised as a high speed port. Double check the router connection transmition speeds is set at 108 mbps; as it would also be able to transmit at a lower speed of 54 mbps so as to be backward compatable with 54 mbps adapters

Jun 30, 2007 | NetGear RangeMax WPN824 Router

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What is 54g?

54g is Broadcom's maximum performance implementation of the draft specification for IEEE 802.11g wireless networks. This technology is expected to quickly become the next mainstream wireless LAN technology because it works faster and farther, is backward compatible with 802.11b and is affordable. Authorized products displaying the 54g logo use Broadcom's 54g wireless LAN chipset and ensures that products are designed to be completely interoperable at maximum performance with other 54g products and are compatible with the draft IEEE 802.11g specification.

Feb 16, 2006 | Belkin (F5D72304F5D7000) Router

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