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Originally Posted by osxx View Post
He means you will only be as fast as the service you pay for ,the router will not make it run any faster and if set up correctly not any slower.
Actually I think he means it depends on if the speed issue is the ISP itself, or the router.

A poor router, incorrectly set up, cheaply made, a crap mode etc, CAN slow down your wireless network. So can a router that only supports say, 802.11A or B when you have 100Mbs connection coming out of the wall. So the router could be the bottleneck if it old or incorrectly configured.


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