My vote is option 2. And my desktop only has Mbps Ethernet. A while back we wired our house with Cat 6 and put in Gigabit switches and routers. Next, to eliminate any other bottlenecks besides the network disk read speeds, CPU, etc , check 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. You may have any number of interfering devices in the currently in the 2.
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What do you suggest? It is just enough for internet browsing and video streaming, not for file transfers.
If you really meant MBps, then yes, the BaseT connection is the bottleneck 96 Mbps is about the best you will get from most Mbps links. The hardware may only be able to push Mbps, so again you are looking for a significant improvement over your baseline.
Not all are created equal – you often get what you pay for. Very first thing, make sure there are no firmware updates for your DSL device.
I’ve found a few articles to get started on the Raspberry Pi approach: From there, I would look at a new “dual band” router with Gig network ports. Mon Aug 24, 3: A while back we wired our house with Cat 6 and put in Gigabit switches and routers.
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. And i will use cross-over Gigabit connection between PC and Laptop which also eliminates the need to get separate Gigabit Switch. So, internet via WiFi and local file transfers via Gigabit Ethernet.
Option 3 seems perfect but it is more expensive. You provide details framing the problem and options to fix.
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Sat Aug 22, 8: If you get good speeds from both those tests, then entenius need to look at replacing hardware. Post as a guest Name.
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User 2 3. And it has Mbps Ethernet ports.
Able to display available APs and their signal strength. Board index All times are UTC. As I need engenihs file transfers, I have the following options. So long as you have reasonable expectations, you might achieve satisfactory results, but don’t expect it to offer high performance.
Now I got a better option. The wireless speed is labelled as Mbps and it is not having any antenna. Sat Aug 22, 9: Raspberry Pi’s got that covered! Sign up or log ejb600 Sign up using Google. Thank you for the clarification. From there, I would attempt to determine how capable the DSL device might be.
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You can plug the laptop, pc and router into the switch and have fast file transfers. I think the Mbps LAN is the bottleneck here. I have checked the WiFi link speed between laptop and router is Mbpseven though my router is labelled Mbps.