Question about D-Link 802.11g Wireless Router WBR-1310 (WBR1310)

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The Speed are up and down

Just wondering why the Speed never Constant 54.0 Mbps snomtimes goes down 16 and 36, 48, but never stay on long 54, but other wise working Ok.??

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  • dezsoed Nov 08, 2008

    Look like no solution for it SAD

  • dezsoed Nov 27, 2008

    Ok,Thanks for this Info hdpanama, Yes,the wireless connection.ist working fine , The hard wire connection fine.

    Gracias Amigo.

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Is that over a wireless connection? If so it is probably caused by interference from different things in the area where the router is. It is normal. If a hard wire connection would still be normal.

Posted on Nov 27, 2008

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    hdpanama Nov 27, 2008

    Your welcome dezsoed, thanks for commenting,
    hdpanama

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