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Is there a benefit to having high-speed internet?

Is there a benefit to having high-speed internet if the speed between the wireless router and computer is only 1.5 MBPS?

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Wireless Issues?

No benefit, but perhaps there is a problem with your wireless connection if you are only able to achieve 1.5Mb/s. If all clients are having the same issue, then the problem likely lies with the wireless AP.

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Yours must be broken . . .

My wireless G runs at 54 Mb/s. Even wireless B is rated at 11 Mb/s. I'm assuming you know the diffrence between a large B and and a small b.

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