Question about NetGear RangeMax WPN824 Router
You need to put the router in a clearer line of site and higher up, as walls, windows, cupboards, or anything can cause the connection speed to drop.
Posted on Aug 17, 2008
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hard wired ethernet is much faster than wireless
When your ISP offers you a 1Mb connection, its megaBits not MegaBytes.
So for a rough guide of how MUCH you can download, divide by eight. i.e. 1Mb speed = 128KB of data.
So its normal for you to get 1.0-1.10 mbps download speed for the 10MBps connection that
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http://download.cnet.com/cnet-bandwidth-meter/3000-12565_4-10728035.html The CNET Bandwidth Meter tests the speed of your Internet connection against top DSL Cable modem, and other broadband services. To check your bandwidth, simply click on the download link.
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