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The netgear manual for that router states that enabling 'n' only enables 300Mb. The very next sentence said your bandwidth would be "much less" due to it's overhead which was what led to my thought in the above post. While I can usually figure out what I need to do for my own setups, I'm no expert with routers by any means.

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