11-17-2009 01:32 AM
Im using Windows 7 x64 on both computers, both with the same TP link adapter, they connect at 300mbps (Status) but the actual throughput im getting between the PC's is 2-4MB/s
Channel 6 with extension 2 (Ive tried a few different ones)
A long SSID with spaces
11-18-2009 03:08 AM
Have you tried turing off the encryption? You can enable mac address filtering, try to do a file transfer after that. My throughput is usually between 10 - 11 MBps.
11-20-2009 11:53 PM
Enabling MAC filtering made me unable to connect to the router wirelessly,
I have disabled broadcast SSID as reccommended by a mate but no noticable change
11-23-2009 11:21 PM
I got my old netgear router out 128Mbps wireless G,
Im getting better signal from it in all rooms! this seems odd an N is supposed to have far better range?
12-02-2009 01:29 PM
Same problem with me except with a different adapter. I have a Belkin N1 adapter that only gets 2-4mbps with this router. I've seen it go as high as 6mbps but never any higher. I don't have any other clients on the network, encryption is turned off, mac filter is turned on. Tried literally every single channel available in both 20mhz mode and 40mhz mode. I'm running the latest 1.65 firmware...
My WHR-HP-G54 was faster than this with the same adapter...
12-02-2009 03:01 PM - edited 12-02-2009 03:01 PM
There must be interference or something, I've gotten around 88megabits (11megabytes) on this router with a Buffalo USB adapter.
12-08-2009 07:49 PM
Ive been googling about and havnt found any difinitive material but, some articles do mention the compatibility and performance between wireless gear that has base components manufactured by different companies. Does anyone have some insight into how TP-link & Buffalo components might mismatch?