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data129

join:2007-07-04
Canton, MI
reply to fonzbear2000

Re: [Connectivity] Internet connection from converter box.

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data129

join:2007-07-04
Canton, MI
reply to gar187er

What i meant was with comcast i get 25mbps and the wireless is maybe at 10mb. With uverse they only had up to 18mbps and since the converter box allowed me to direct connect to it for internet i was able to get the full 18mbps. Understand?



plencnerb
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join:2000-09-25
Carpentersville, IL
kudos:3

I understand what you are saying.

And, if you did run a wire from your router to your TV, you would also get the full 25 mbps.

I will admit I do not know a lot about wireless, which is why everything in my house is hardwired with CAT5. For me, its faster, more reliable, and if it don't work, its easy to troubleshoot. Its either connected or its not!

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robot

join:2003-07-02
Palos Hills, IL
reply to data129

It does not boost wireless. It extends the wired network using power lines. You basically connect your computer to a power line to get on the network. It's much faster than wireless.



fonzbear2000
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join:2005-08-09
Saint Paul, MN
reply to data129

Data, you completely avoided my question about what kind of router you have. That could be the reason for your problems.
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fonzbear2000
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join:2005-08-09
Saint Paul, MN
reply to data129

Nevermind, double post by mistake.


data129

join:2007-07-04
Canton, MI
reply to fonzbear2000

No, i did not avoid your question. I replied. The answer is a Xfinity
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