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speed of wifi suffit?


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#1 hansb1

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Posted 22 August 2017 - 06:29 AM

my download speed of my isp is now 30 mbps but will be increased to 50 mbps(update of my isp).my isp modem/router is connected to my own wifi router which i will use in bridge mode.

now my own wifi router has an average wifi speed of 50 Mbps measered via an app on a smartphone.

but my question is will the measered wifi speed of 50 Mbps suffit for the 50 Mbps download speed of my isp as i have read the measered speed is a  "physical" speed and not a real speed?



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Posted 22 August 2017 - 07:26 AM

what is the reasoning for using two routers?

 

does your ISP router not have wifi ?



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Posted 22 August 2017 - 07:56 AM

i don't have yet an isp router but with the update of the isp there comes an isp router.And yes the isp router has also wifi but i have already read a lot of complaints about the limited wifi range of the isp router: therefore i should disable the wifi of the isp router and i should use my own router as access point



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Posted 22 August 2017 - 09:43 AM

i don't have yet an isp router but with the update of the isp there comes an isp router.And yes the isp router has also wifi but i have already read a lot of complaints about the limited wifi range of the isp router: therefore i should disable the wifi of the isp router and i should use my own router as access point

 

 

up to you,

 

i would try using the ISP provided router by itself first and see how well it works






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