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Old June 27th, 2005, 06:53 PM  
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Join Date: June 27, 2005
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Umm. WLAN/LAN operates at any maximum speed that its hardware supports... if you have gigabit switches, hubs, and/or routers... then ONLY your WLAN/LAN can go 1GB/sec. However, wireless standards only can go as fast as 108MB/sec... the slower the wireless, the longer the range it can extend to.

Your ISP themselves is the bottleneck: the internet service that you get... is what you get. 1mb download / 512kb upload? You'll get around half that if on DSL... but on cable, you'll get much faster.

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