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    ok i have a linksys 54g wireless router and xterasys wireless card,i have shitty speeds right now so should we switch to wired? do you get better speeds on wired or wireless, i know there must be some kind of interference

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    What does the signal strength meter show?

    I don't think that wireless will slow down your internet connection but it slows down your local network.

    What exactly is slow for you?

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    quality:45%
    strength:around 65-70%

    slow is 0.01Kb-20Kb at the most when i have cable conection

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    Originally posted by mooseman2070@19 December 2003 - 23:30
    slow is 0.01Kb-20Kb at the most when i have cable conection
    Are you referring to Kazaalite download speeds ?

    If so, what speeds do you get downloading directly from the internet (FTP) ?

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    yes i am, http d/ls start at 60, and go don by the 5 to around say 10-15,maybe 20

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    and whats ur regular speed with the other computer?

    i have 2 computers on my connection.....with just a crossover cable and 2 nic's on my computer....

    the other computer gets all the speed mine gets.... in mine i use 200/2000, the other has 1800 to use....

    dont know how much speed can ur wireless network hold, but the network can hold AT LEAST 10mbps....which is quite enuff since a 10mbps is a GOOD broadband connn

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    the central comp gets speeds of 50-300, the other comp, usb card, gets speeds of 60-150

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    I'm pretty sure that wireless networks disconnect if they can't maintain a speed of about 10% of maximum. So even if you've only got a 11MB/sec net that's still going to be twice your download speed (assuming you've got 512k broadband). That shouldn't be a problem.
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    my point exactly....however he is using a router.....not precisely a network....

    my advice would just make a network and let windows handle the connection sharing...

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    yeah thats what were trying to do, i think i may be on a network, not sure, because i always get dissconnected for a sec then get back on

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