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Connect Wireless G to N Router...

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#1 komputerfreek


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Posted 09 December 2010 - 06:14 PM

So here is my dilemma.

I currently have a wireless N router (WRT300N) running a build of DDWRT.

I have the following devices constantly connected to the N router (operating at a mixed speed), HP Desktop, 2 Asus Laptops, 2 iPod Touches (3rd Gen), 2 Phones (Droid Inc, Droid 2), Custom Rig (Wireless N), Xbox 360 Slim (N/G).

Since it is mixed, I am not getting the benefit of my N adapters or Range.

What I am looking to do is purchase an new N router, connect it to my modem and then connect the G router to the N.

Would I get a benefit from this if I do it?

Also, what steps would I have to take other than making sure they are on different channels and frequencies and getting everything setup to play nice?

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#2 ComputerWhizz7


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Posted 20 December 2010 - 06:04 AM

Your best option would be to have them all connected the same as eachother to the router. Have them all as G or N.


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