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    Ad Linksys Wireless-G Travel Router $12.99 Shipped After Rebate

    Buy.com has the Linksys Wireless-G Travel Router for $12.99 shipped after Rebate

    1. Linksys Wireless-G Travel Router : $82.99
    2. Use Google Checkout to get $20 off $50
    3. Rebate : -$50.00
    Final Price : $12.99 shipped After Rebate
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    Question?

    I have wireless netgear G router and using with AT&T DSL. I used DSL router first then wireless netgear router. My internet connection speed is very slow when I use wireless netgear router. I changed with D-Link router, but it's same thing. If I join directly from DSL router with wire, that's great. I called to AT&T yahoo DSL customer service and they asked me to buy wireless router from them. I don't want to buy from them because it's expensive. I am wondering anyone can help me to guide reasonable or correct wireless router... Thank you.

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    The solution could be one of many...

    1) Is your ATT DSL "fast" if your computer is directly connected to the clamshell ? If yes, then it is your config on your router (wired/wirless).

    2) Are your NIC cards (wired/wireless) configured for 100MBps FULL ?

    3) Test your upload/download speed by visiting www.speakeasy.net Click on the SPEED TEST found at the bottom right. Then click on a local location at the left (of the next screen). That will tell you your up/down speeds. My FiOS is rated at 10746 Down and 2250 Up.

    4) Verizon (FiOS) also has a reg-hack to help increase my speeds. I am not sure if it will work on your ATT. But go look: http://verizon.net/optimizesettings

    5) How's your signal from the wireless router to your wirless computer ? If the signal is "low" or "weak" - - then go buy a 5db or 7db gain antenna and stick in on the router.

    6) Tell me you turned on WEP and turn off SSID Broadcast on your router. If you didn't - - then someone may be using your ISP to service their internet speeds. If so, then THEY are reducing your overall bandwidth.

    Hope this helps.

    JRS

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    To: JRS

    Thanks. I'll study your directions and test out.
    Again thanks a lot!

    Happy Holidays!!!

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    "2) Are your NIC cards (wired/wireless) configured for 100MBps FULL ?"

    Would you prefer that instead of AUTODETECT?

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