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03 Feb 2016   #11
RonWesley

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Ethernet provides several advantages. Itís typically quicker and more trusted than todayís finest Wi-Fi routers and itís generally less expensive.


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03 Feb 2016   #12
Lady Fitzgerald

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Were you aware you were responding to a year and a half old thread?
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03 Feb 2016   #13
Shadowjk

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by RonWesley View Post
Ethernet provides several advantages. Itís typically quicker and more trusted than todayís finest Wi-Fi routers and itís generally less expensive.
Aye, an old thread though in terms of bandwidth... wireless is kind of getting ahead of traditional copper wired cabling it seems...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=87dsbpi3iCw

Interesting video despite the cheesy-ness of it

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