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Old 11-09-2010, 08:48 PM   #11
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Old 11-09-2010, 08:52 PM   #12
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Good work John! Ain't technology great? And really Stealth? A truck a month?

Pretty close I mean if you factor in the 10 g'* I just put into my 2500 then Plan B.. and now the new Dually... Over the last 4 months I have avg'd a truck a month. But they work every day.

On a normal week my girls average 1200-1500 miles a day !
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I put about 2-400 a day on mine depending on how many i buy and scrap
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I don't care what is said about 56Mps being plenty, the difference in speed switching to LAN is awesome.
802.11g'* theoretical maximum speed is 54 Mbps. That'* what was decided when the protocol engineers, electrical engineers, radio engineers, and the marketing team sat down together. After many layers of overhead (OFDM, 802.1x, TCP, IP, etc.), you've really only got about 15-20 Mbps of bandwidth to work with.

Most Internet connections are less than 10 Mbps, but if you have cable or fast DSL, you can burst ("PowerBoost," Comcast calls it) enough to choke 802.11g, which is the same as putting the pedal to the metal and hitting the speed governor halfway through third gear.

A wire is one solution. The other would be to part with your hard-earned money and invest in 802.11n wireless equipment (which is also quite nice).

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802.11g'* theoretical maximum speed is 54 Mbps. That'* what was decided when the protocol engineers, electrical engineers, radio engineers, and the marketing team sat down together. After many layers of overhead (OFDM, 802.1x, TCP, IP, etc.), you've really only got about 15-20 Mbps of bandwidth to work with.

Most Internet connections are less than 10 Mbps, but if you have cable or fast DSL, you can burst ("PowerBoost," Comcast calls it) enough to choke 802.11g, which is the same as putting the pedal to the metal and hitting the speed governor halfway through third gear.

A wire is one solution. The other would be to part with your hard-earned money and invest in 802.11n wireless equipment (which is also quite nice).

HUH?!?!?! lol i know not a thing he just said ha
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Sorry, I get paid to know that useless stuff. Now, if I can find a second job to pay me for Star Wars trivia, I'll be on easy street.
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LOL like said before im lucky to know how to use a computer......
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