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Old 05-09-2014, 12:44 PM   #21 (permalink)
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I rarely have to reset my WRT54Gv1, but I'm not getting that great of speeds, wired or wireless. My buddy who lives halfway across town is getting double what he pays for, over both wired and wireless. Not sure if it's because he's near a junction box, or if his router is just that much better. We have the same modem, but he's getting triple the speed I get essentially. He might bring his router over to my place to see if that's the issue. If it is... I'll probably by the N66U lol.
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Plug directly into your modem to find out.
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Plug directly into your modem to find out.
Not sure why I didn't think to do that... Apparently the blinding obvious wasn't that obvious to me lol.
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Not sure why I didn't think to do that... Apparently the blinding obvious wasn't that obvious to me lol.
Reminds me of one interview I had for a tech support role. Question basically was a customer can't connect to their dial-up internet. So I said everything except "check for a tone". Le derp da derp.
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