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No, as I said, the N router will allow devices at the lower A/B/G speeds to connect to it at their supported speed, you shouldn't have to do anything special.

I wouldn't purchase an upgrade to connect to a public network, if you were worried about your home network speeds that's another thing..

From what I've been told, having mixed devices on a N network will reduce the overall network speed, so it's wise to try to upgrade all the devices to N as well..

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