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The problem is not your router. I have the same router and the same connection speed. My download speed is 300-320 kb/sec. You can download Router Commander program and check connection speed on bandwidth tab. You have bad quality line If you see round trip time bigger than 300 ms and jitter more than 70 ms. Check also that ISP not have some busy time hours, you can do it by selecting 12/24 hours time interval and see what happens on graph.
Posted on Aug 12, 2010
Assuming your connecting wirelessly, test it by directly connecting to it with an ethernet cable and then run a speed test. If it dramatically improves, you have a wireless problem ( router, wifi card, poor reception, etc.) If it stays about the same, probably poor speed from your broadband provider.
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