|reply to PGHammer |
lowest link in the LAN will be a *wired desktop* (remember, 2.4 GHz N is 145 mbps, which is faster than Fast Ethernet); in short, I can replace the wired connection to that desktop with wireless and see bandwidth go up (not to mention banishing wire clutter). And I'm at the LOW end of typical for BBR/DSLR.
Thats 145 half duplex though. And that is also split with more wifi nodes. 100Mbit FDX to a switch beats N based wifi - at least from what i've seen in my office.