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Speed up routers


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Speed up routers
is it possible to speed up routers like you can with cpu
i have all wire less connections at home some very slow speeds when all laptops pulling off of the system at the same time
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I dont think you can speed up routers. Only thing you can do is update firmware.
Is the router B or G speed? And what are speeds on the wireless cards? 11mbps, 54mbps etc.
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b&g router yes :whistling:
108 & two 54s
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those are pretty good speeds. Are you running encryption (WEP)?
Could be one computer causing it, have you tried testing the connection by adding one computer at a time on the network? Maybe you could fine out which computer is casuing the slow down
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this one i am on now is the problem i think?
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