But if you have 802.11n most routers will do fine.
What is this "half support"? I know "half duplex" which is WiFi standard but half support would be a new term to me.
http://www.amazon.com/Best-Sellers-Electronics-Computer-Routers/zgbs/electronics/300189 shows many of my favs. I updated the home with the C9 currently in spot #3.
My question is pretty straightforward: What router fits my needs? I don't want to overpay for a fancy router that will not give me much benefit.
- internet speed: 200mbps/20mbps. Confirmed with giga ethernet cable.
- Devices: half support wireless n (and lower), half support ac
- ISP equipped wifi modem: Cisco 3928 (wireless n/ giga ethernet port).
Currently I get maximum 70mbps on wifi close to modem/router. Do i need an AC modem or will configuring my modem be sufficient to get close to the 200mbps wirelessly?