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Belkin wireless network, poor 54G speed
I have a belkin wireless router/adsl modem which is wired to my pc via ethernet.
I then have a machine in a spare room, with a belkin wireless ethernet bridge.
Connectivity is reliable, but Im unhappy with the bandwidth speed.
Running various tests, it seems I cannot achieve more than 1200k/ps. My understanding is this is far below what 54G is capable of (although obviously Im not expecting to reach the theoretical limit).
What sort of speeds are other people getting? Am I expecting too much?
The ethernet bridge is less than 3m away from the router, with a partition wall in between (theres no metal in the wall, I scanned it).
Ive tried altering the wireless channel, I had some success with that on other networks, but for this one, no dice.
Both belkins are operating in 802.11g, and the belkin turbo burst setting is enabled. Ive also tried repositioning the router and bridge.
I dont know what else to try, does anyone have any ideas of how I can fix this, or at least start properly troubleshooting it
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