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We have two routers that are 802.11g type and one that is 54Mbps type. Are these compatible and ok to use on the same network?

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Of course bro it is compatible, and it will depend also in your devices configuration so that the internet connection can flow properly into your network. for more tips visit this URL address: http://www.fixya.com/support/r4533381-internet_connection_not_responding

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Using the software that came with your router - or get that same from the website, enter the settings page for your router - change the settings to your requirements.

If you have trouble with this, I suggest Network Magic as a excellent network management tool. Free to download and evaluate, get it at http://www.purenetworks.com/download/ to satisfy all your network needs. Network Magic will allow you access to all your devices and their network settings.

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The reasons you only get 54mbps could be: one, your networked PCs don't support N-mode and broadcast in G-mode, so that the router falls back to 54mbps.

Two, the signal strength is too low or the radio noise level is too high to allow N-mode operation at full speed.

So, after checking with the manuals and vendor brochures, you should try connecting the router with a single PC close by - say, ten feet in the same room - and check connection speed. If you can connect at 108 or 125 depending on which N mode you have (N, N+, N1...), the problem is likely to be distance, walls or noisy equipment.

If you still can't connect, double-check the configuration of both router and PC (wifi board "Advanced Properties" in Hardware Management) to check whether N mode is enabled at BOTH ends, especially "Wireless Mode" in the PC.

If it still doesn't work, I'd test it with a Belkin N USB key, for example, just to check that when router and client vendors say, "802.11N", they do indeed refer to the same thing. That's not so cut and dried a thing as one would expect. The N-mode standard was not completely defined from the start, so that many vendors jumped the gun and implemented their own "N-modes" which are often NOT compatible with each other. If you had a US Robotics router and a Yuwasa (and outdated SparkLANs, IIRC) wifi board, you'd discover that you could only attain 11 mbps - and if the USR router was set for "G only" or "G and N" instead of "B, G and N", you would get no connection at all.

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