Glen Head, NY
802.11g I am still using a WRT54G with 802.11g and Tomato 1.28. At least with my 20/2 service, I never max out 802.11g's theoretical 54mbit speeds.
I support the right to keep and arm bears.
You do realize that WRT54G would only give you a max. of 10 down for your wireless devices, right?
Hope your wired devices are on the Verizon-provided router, or you're losing half your bandwidth right there...
I've done 22mbps on one. LAN to LAN, our cable at that time wasn't nearly that fast.
reply to n2jtx
said by n2jtx:It's actually closer to 22mbit/s for TCP streams and around 25mbit/s for UDP conversations. Those figures presume an unloaded network, contention between different devices will lower overall throughout. It also presumes that you have a "G only" network, a mixed-mode network with "B" devices connected to it will also suffer performance degradation.
At least with my 20/2 service, I never max out 802.11g's theoretical 54mbit speeds.