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Also, I have a hard time recommending adapters that are too cheap as I have seen too many problems with very low priced adapters. You can plug the laptop, pc and router into the switch and have fast file transfers.
So a cross over cable presently only gave me 12MBPS. Next, to eliminate any other bottlenecks besides the network disk read speeds, CPU, etccheck your throughput with the two computers connected directly to each other with a crossover cable or a normal one if one of the adapters does auto MIDX.
Dual-Band Wireless-N USB Adapter(EUB600)
The DSL device may be your bottleneck; just because a device has BaseT or Gig ports, doesn’t mean it can switch that much traffic. I think the Mbps LAN is the bottleneck here. Now I got a better option. You may have any number of interfering devices in the currently in the 2. Make sure you have quality parts end to end and you will generally be happier. And i will use cross-over Gigabit connection between PC and Laptop which also eliminates the need to get separate Gigabit Switch.
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I did some rudimentary tests and found that wifi-wifi bridged or routed on the RPi limited speeds to about 2 Mbps. Option 2 is good if i ditch WiFi. Thank you for the clarification. I mentioned one in the answer above, but you can probably find cheaper ones.
Will i get around MBPS. YLearn 1, 6 As I need faster file transfers, I have the following options. Post as a guest Name. I’ve found a few articles to get started on the Raspberry Pi approach: Sun Aug 23, 4: Not all are created equal – you often get what you pay for.
Dual Band USB Wifi Card only shows Ghz Networks
This may be the cheapest fix at this point. I would recommend buying a gigabit nic for the PC and a gigabit switch. If you unplug the laptop from the switch you can still use wifi if you just feel like roaming with the laptop. Eyb600 vote is option 2. The wireless speed is labelled as Mbps and it is not having any antenna.
Sat Aug 22, 9: Raspberry Pi as a dual-band travel router? Basically, I want the standard travel router, plus the ability to configure my private secure LAN network in the 5 GHz band, and connect the WAN a host network using either 2.