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What do I do if the Throughput is not 108Mbps?

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Re: What do I do if the Throughput is not 108Mbps?

1. In the routers web-interface, click on login (password would be either blank or smcadmin) -> home network settings -> wireless -> channel and SSID. 2. In channel and SSID go to wireless mode and select the option 'dynamic turbo' and apply the settings. 3. Now turbo cards can connect at 108 mbps with turbo router in the wireless computer.

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