Your Routers/Modems
#11
I use rather old iball baton b/g router . Direct fiber to the building connection to my router . So no modems , nothing .
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#12
2Wire/Pace 3801HGV w/ UVerse. Apparently you have to use that router as a front end.
#13
I use a KVM VM on my home server.
#14
I have a BT Home Hub 3 to work with BT infinity. Not the best in the world but it's very very fast over wireless. I've got into hundreds of megabits per second over wireless.
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#15
Does that hub really look like on the picture? If so, it looks kinda coolish and futuristic.

Nice to hear that you use WLAN n I guess at 2.4GHz? I am using WLAN n at 5 GHz which makes a total of 450 Mbit/s. I can't use a/c because I've not device that has a/c support but if I could use it I'd get a total of 1 Gbit/s.
#16
I can't even get 30mbps with N wifi on 2.4 GHz (can't use 5GHz because dad's laptop doesn't support it).

I'm guessing this is the reason. That is what a MacBook Pro picks up with it's stock antennas in my house.
#17
Yes, that is the problem. The 2.4 GHz high-frequency alternating current is pretty filled up with tons of WiFi hotspots. Too much of interference.
#18
I have Huawei modems.

Does tethering hotspot from smartphones count as router?
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#19
I have the PTCL ZTE ADSL Modem (zxdsl 831 series).

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#20
(2013-11-26, 6:31:28 am)dmmcintyre3 Wrote:  I can't even get 30mbps with N wifi on 2.4 GHz (can't use 5GHz because dad's laptop doesn't support it).

I'm guessing this is the reason. That is what a MacBook Pro picks up with it's stock antennas in my house.

WoW look at those hotspots ! it seems you are living in a crowded building .

In our house it barely reaches 5 which 2 of them are mine Cheese




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