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PostPosted: Fri May 27, 2005 6:58 pm    Post subject: Slow network speeds with Apple Airport Reply with quote Back to top

I am running my Linkys router through my airport to get to the calble modem and am getting ocassionally slow thoughput. The airport is new so switching to a wireless linkys is not an option.

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PostPosted: Thu Sep 15, 2005 7:05 pm    Post subject: Re: Slow network speeds with Apple Airport Reply with quote Back to top

bklyn wrote:
I am running my Linkys router through my airport to get to the calble modem and am getting ocassionally slow thoughput. The airport is new so switching to a wireless linkys is not an option.

Any thoughts

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PostPosted: Thu Sep 15, 2005 10:35 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

This is what I have.
Comcast cable Modem to
Linksys RTP 300 to
Airport Express (uses Extreme 802.11g)
I did have to replace my old snow Airport and I have a new G5 with Airport Extreme. When I had my Snow Airport, I was getting slow speed downloads. Now my other computers, using 802.11b, are getting about 4 megs down while my G5 is getting 6 megs down on a 6 meg plan with the Airport Express.
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PostPosted: Sat Sep 17, 2005 2:23 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

vman69 wrote:
This is what I have.
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Linksys RTP 300 to
Airport Express (uses Extreme 802.11g)
I did have to replace my old snow Airport and I have a new G5 with Airport Extreme. When I had my Snow Airport, I was getting slow speed downloads. Now my other computers, using 802.11b, are getting about 4 megs down while my G5 is getting 6 megs down on a 6 meg plan with the Airport Express.


vman69,
Would you say it's worth upgrading from Airport Snow to Extreme, I've been thinking about it anyway, 6 megs looks excellent. Worship
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PostPosted: Wed Oct 05, 2005 3:56 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

painterjl wrote:
Would you say it's worth upgrading from Airport Snow to Extreme, I've been thinking about it anyway, 6 megs looks excellent. Worship


I'm really pleased with my RTP 300 and Airport Express.

To be honest, you shouldn't notice any difference between 802.11b (Airport) and 802.11g (Airport Extreme) when surfing the internet or making phone calls because even 802.11b exceeds the capacity of most broadband download speeds.

If you're moving files from one computer to another you'll notice a difference, however.

But... your entire 802.11g network will slow down to 802.11b speeds with just one 802.11b equiped computer connected to your network.

The earlier post about "b" computers having slower downloads than "g" is due to reception, not to the actual standard. 802.11g is backwards compatible, and does this by slowing down the network once a "b" device is connected.

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