Quote: Originally Posted by killer bee
Quote: Originally Posted by kbrady1979
People look at advertised speeds and think that is what they should get, when in fact, it is more complicated than that. Different 802.11 standards have different bandwidth capacity and your Wireless LAN will only run as fast as its lowest 802.11 standard, eg. 802.11a/b/g/n. What that means is if you have a device that runs off of 802.11g standard, your wireless network will not be able to run any standard above 802.11g. LuzTeTT's comment above is correct.
Thank you friends your replies, after adjust some settings on my router, now I got 72Mbps link speed. Still I'm not received 40GHz connection. I used 802.11b+g+n mode.
Quote: Originally Posted by Duzzy
Brand and model of the router and the wifi card or usb thats in your PC might help, thanks.
Yes friend, I have 802.11n support client device, I think its something a router settings issue. Now I got 72Mbps.
You need to change over to 802.11n Only mode
, this will only work if you don't have any wireless G or below clients that need to connect. Using the mixed modes is what's holding you back
Channel bonding 20mhz-40mhz is also needed but it does require good signal strength.
To get the max speed possible you will also want to check out the wireless channels being used in your area then make adjustments to your channels in the routers settings to use channels that aren't being used by any neighbors.
With 802.11n USB dongle the best you can get is 300Mbps, using a PCI slot NIC up too 450Mbps is possible.
With the new 802.11ac 1.4Gbs or more is possible.
This link goes over the process and the required adjustments. http://www.eightforums.com/network-s...fi-status.html