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07 Mar 2010  
manoutoftime

windows 7
 
 

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Hi
When I'm connected to my router by cable I get download speeds advertised (+15 megabits) by the ISD provider.
When I disconnect the cable and connect the same computer wirelessly to the router, download speeds drop to below 4 megabits.
Nothing else changes, connected by wire = high speed downloads; connected wirelessly = low speed downloads.
Any help or suggestions would be appreciated.
Cheers
Mitch
Hi Mitch

WE could use some additional info abt your network. Is your router 802.11a,b,g, or n.

what model router?

What class ethernet cable? cat 5, 5e, 6?

let us know

Ken
Hi,
the router is a D-Link DIR625 Wireless N, 802.11n, firmware 3.08

the ethernet cable has CAT 5E printed on it

the wireless network adapter is D-Link RangeboosterN, Marvell driver 1.0.5.2, the most up-to-date one that I can find

thanks,
Mitch
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