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Does it have ariels ?
Does it say wireless on the box or cover?
If not, it isnt, If it is only a 10mbps, i doubt that it is.
I think you just have a WIRED 4 port hub

Posted on Sep 30, 2010

  • Dy-Juan Brown Sep 30, 2010

    yes

  • Roy
    Roy Sep 30, 2010

    If it has ariels, its wireless, if it says 10Mbps then it probably is a 802.11b , the newest routers are 802.11n and work at 150mbps.

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