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DSL connection 13Mb down - 1.2Mb up

What I actually see

1.2Mb Down 500-600Kb up

Setup

*->
*indicates wired connection

All WEP security to increase upto 150 N Speeds

DSL Modem ->Netgear WGR614v10 Base station->Xbox

Wireless Repeater - Netgear WGR614v10 -> Wifes PC

Wireless Repeater - Netgear WGR614v10->Laptop
|-> Homeserver

Now when i transfer files between any of the computers over the network as is I see very slow rate usually 200-400Kb and this is even with the server on the same network device as the laptop.

However I can bridge two Ethernet ports on my server and run Cat5e directly to the laptop, disable the wireless on the laptop, and I can get 7-12Mb.

Even if i isolate the netgear from everything else and just have a local network the two computers attached just do not get good transfer rates.......what gives do they just suck?

They work wonderful for my application just thought the transfer across a local network should be faster than the download rate of the DSL connection.
Edited by iamme - 1/3/12 at 7:36pm
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MegaBIT MegaBYTE killaBIT, killaBYTE


13 bits = 1.7 bytes.

Your numbers check out.


Frequency? Somethin's gettin choked up. Are we talking transfer rates accross the network, or across the internet?
Edited by redsunx - 1/3/12 at 7:36pm
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Quote:
Originally Posted by redsunx View Post

MegaBIT MegaBYTE killaBIT, killaBYTE


13 bits = 1.7 bytes.

Your numbers check out.


Frequency? Somethin's gettin choked up. Are we talking transfer rates accross the network, or across the internet?


I agree the Mb MB KB Kb b all works as it should over DSL

The issue is local network transfer rates

I understand the conversion and difference in Megabit vs MegaByte vs Byte vs Bit

Megabit to Byte is right but across my local I should see minimum 7MB across the board imho
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