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comment WiFi connection slower on Windows 7 but faster on OS X
Thanks for the answer. Distance of them two computers is equal, thus that's not a problem. If the 7260 has 1 antenna per frequency, then is there any possibility to make it work faster?
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comment WiFi connection slower on Windows 7 but faster on OS X
@DavidSchwartz I'm using speedtest.net
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comment WiFi connection slower on Windows 7 but faster on OS X
@Mxx I've got only 2.4GHz enabled on my router. Security is WPA2/AES and WMM is enabled.
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That one actually have worked form me. +1
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comment Network with bridge and port forwarding?
The problem is that I've Windows 7 Ultimate x64 and I can't get any drivers for my PENTAGRAM horNET Wi-Fi PCI [P 6121-L6] : RTL8185L that would actually work (I've spent too many hours on that). So now I'm using old laptop with Kerio WinRoute which bridges WiFi and my desktop, but I have to subnets 192.168.1.xxx wifi and 192.168.2.xxx behind Kerio WinRoute -- that's temporary -- I need to eliminate this laptop and get some kind of device that would do the same and wil ALLOW me to forward ports. Would ASUS WL-330GE be a good choice? Is it transparent so that port fwd occurs only on main router?