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kovy

join:2009-03-26
kudos:8
reply to seguycarbono

Re: [Internet] PS3 super slow speed w/ WIFI to sagemcom 2864

I don't know, when I had the PS3... I didn't have any problems with the Sagemcom.

And it's honestly the first time I hear about this kind of issue.


seguycarbono

join:2012-11-18

Could it simply be that the ps3 is too far ? and its wifi specs are shit compared to my laptop? wich would explain why my laptop is getting 13-15mbs as opposed to 660kbps on the playstation?

In that case, why did it work well with Videotron? My router was at the same spot in the house when i was with them.


kovy

join:2009-03-26
kudos:8

said by seguycarbono:

Could it simply be that the ps3 is too far ? and its wifi specs are shit compared to my laptop? wich would explain why my laptop is getting 13-15mbs as opposed to 660kbps on the playstation?

In that case, why did it work well with Videotron? My router was at the same spot in the house when i was with them.

Well you could try to change channels and wireless modes in the Bell modem to see it that helps.

seguycarbono

join:2012-11-18

What do you mean?

by default i think most devices on 2.4ghz frequency use channel 6. you think i'm getting interference?

what modes?


kovy

join:2009-03-26
kudos:8

said by seguycarbono:

What do you mean?

by default i think most devices on 2.4ghz frequency use channel 6. you think i'm getting interference?

what modes?

Could be.

You know modes as in, B, G or N.

seguycarbono

join:2012-11-18

Well the PS3 is b/g but all my other devices are N. I would expect my router to be backwards compatible.

Or is there a way to set different modes for different devices?


kovy

join:2009-03-26
kudos:8

said by seguycarbono:

Well the PS3 is b/g but all my other devices are N. I would expect my router to be backwards compatible.

Or is there a way to set different modes for different devices?

Yes there is a way... so try and test.