Question about Linksys Wireless-G WRT54G Router
I have a wireless Linksys Router model WRT54G and was wondering if there is a limit to how many devices can access it wirelessly at one time. Does connectivity slow down as more devices access it wirelessly?
Remember that router will use only 54Mb of bandwidth which will be shared across all users (as long as router is used as access point). Simple mathematics:
1 user = 54Mbps
2 users = 27Mbps
10 users = 5Mbps
Also please note you might have further probems with channel interferences between users when you have all users in the common area
Also remember that 54Mbps will be only wireless Speed. They all will share common Internet connection
Posted on Jun 09, 2008
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