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HH3

home hub 3 with latest software everytime i connect my daughters computer with 54mb G my 150mb N drops to 54mb G is there a fix and if not why not lol

recommend a router to replace?

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Re: HH3

Wireless connnects at the speed of the slowest device. You could upgrade the computer`s wireless card.

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Re: HH3

doesn't really matter which router you use, when mixing 802.11g & 802.11n the router will always default to the slowest for compatibility. best solution is to have either all 802.11g or 802.11n

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Re: HH3

"recommend a router to replace?"

 

Even easier and cheeper is to pop in a USB wireless n adapter.

 

I Use THIS TYPE  The mini size doesn't stick out from a Laptop too much. Spec HERE

 

There is an even smaller Nano Version .

 

The mini and nano would be ok in a laptop but the larger version would stick out too much imho.

 

There are many other manufacturers of these examples HERE.

 

I put comparison speed result pics at the bottom of THIS POST.

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Re: HH3

i had a dlin 615 with ddrwt firmware on when i had cable and got 300mb all the time

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Re: HH3

The HH3 is not "true" dual channel. As with a lot of supposed dual channel routers  it goes down to the speed of the slowest wireless connection. True dual channel routers don't. Then again, they cost more.

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