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Mbps speed should be 125 mbps, but when I check the properties it says 54 mbps...is this correct.

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  • mick350 Apr 06, 2008

    It is a Belkin G+ router from Argos.The specification in the catalogue states 125mbps. On the box it says "This device achieves an actual throughput of 34.1Mbps which is the equivalent throughput of a system following 802.11g protocol and operating at a signalling rate of 125Mbps"

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    is 125mbps is indicated at the box of ur router when u purchased it?,

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Sometimes when this happens is because a port may need to be forwarded.Try that, but if the problem continues, it would effect you severely. Your internet will have the same speed, but your downloads will be half the speed. (Still Fast thoug)

Posted on Apr 19, 2008

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    Michael Lake Apr 20, 2008

    that would i put in my last comment was supposed to be a wouldnt. Anyway, your hardwired computer is the one recieving the 125 MPS. All other wireless devices will still get 54MPS no matter what. (im pretty sure.)

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