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Quantum 50 over a network: will I see 50?

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I have a home wireless network with an Actiontec MI424WR router.  I believe it's 802.11g.  One computer is hardwired (ethernet) to the router, one is wireless.  That computer is 802.11n capable.

 

If I upgrade to Quantum 50, I presume that the hardwired computer will see the increased speed.  What about the wireless computer?  And will I need a new router?

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Wireless G might got 25 (20 is common) .

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@ErnieLane wrote:

I have a home wireless network with an Actiontec MI424WR router.  I believe it's 802.11g.  One computer is hardwired (ethernet) to the router, one is wireless.  That computer is 802.11n capable.

 

If I upgrade to Quantum 50, I presume that the hardwired computer will see the increased speed.  What about the wireless computer?  And will I need a new router?


A new router that is capable of 802.11n will make some difference in wireless speed.   But you won't get the 50Mbps.  Perhaps 25-30 Mbps.

 

Also, with the Quantum 50 I believe you will have to pay for the n router. 

 

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FiOS Quantum Users Get Better Than Advertised Speeds - Trying to ...

 

  
a proper router on that speed plan will yield very good results. 
 
 
Advertised Actual

50/25 ---> 58 / 38
75/35 ---> 84 / 40
150/65 ---> 155 / 75
 
 
 
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