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Mixture of b and g adapters with a b/g router - can g connect at 54Mbp

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Hello everyone,

My home network has slowly grown over the last few years in a slow fashion and I now find that I have a mixture of b and g adapters with a Netgear b/g wireless router. Since I have a b adapter in the mix, the max connection speed for any of the adapters will be 11Mbps, correct?

Just want to double-check before I replace a number of b adapters.


Edited by gust0208, 29 May 2006 - 10:56 PM.

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