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Wireless Connection Issue - Need Help


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Hello everyone! Unfortunately, I am having a problem with my 2.4 GHz Macbook. When I try to connect to the internet, my speeds are very slow, and I often lose connection. I contacted my ISP as well as Cisco to question why these speeds were occurring. On average, I have a 450kb download speed with extremes of 1mb and even 40 bytes at times (yikes). I was wondering if anyone here could do something to help me, because these problems do not occur on my moms inferior pc 1.6 GHz processor (all she needs) and I think it has something to do with my mac. Thank you for your help in for advance.
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Your post was moved to the correct forum where you will be likely to receive more answers to your question.
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What encryption are you using and have you tried iStumbler to look at the wireless traffic,channels and noise and if channel config is auto select a channel manually.
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