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This of course can change at any time, but as of right now there isn't a stable DD-WRT release for this router that properly uses all hardware features of the router. Senrose Apr 5 2016, 02:27 PM Show posts by this member only | IPv6 | Post #39 Getting Started Group: Junior Member Posts: 69 Joined: Mar 2016

QUOTE(yeapch01 Your local cabling is not optimal. (Try switching out cables with new ones)1. The speed on IPv4 range between 22 to 29 Mbph, and between 33 to 39 Mbps on IPv6. this contact form

Thinking it was the age of the router, I purchased a low end router that once installed was requiring the same reboot every ~12 hours. I can also tell you that after getting it hooked up and set up on the 'inter-tubes' I've noticed that even my wired LAN speed seems to be much smoother (not Access your stored media quickly with USB 3.0 and keep it safe with free automatic backup software for PCs & Time Machine compatible for Macs.MOBILE – UP TO 100% FASTER Improve Showing results for  Search instead for  Do you mean  Can't find what you're looking for? https://forums.techguy.org/threads/solved-netgear-wpn824-mbps-download-speed-problem-desperate-for-assistance.1068551/

Reply Lee Tuesday, 2013.05.28 at 8:28 AM Hi Mr. However, I too have experienced a few odd issues with particular sites/tasks (Quicken data downloads, iTunes uploads/downloads, facebook uploads) and it seems to be related to the networking setup/scheme that Hughesnet See if you'll get a better connection on the 5Ghz. If you rely heavily on your network for teleworking or you are a serious gamer, this is the perfect router for. 0 out of 5 Initially exhilarating, ultimately disappointing... | I

Max speed this evening was 16.62mbs More photos and additional information will be added later. Are we under the correct settings? When I was comparing between all the latest routers, I liked all the additional features this one had, but what's most important is that streaming to my mobile devices is astronomically I removed that primary router (ASUS) and installed this one and then I took signal strength readings on the 2.4 GHz band at varying distances within my home and on different

There are also metal studs in our apartment and over 37 other WiFi spots trying to interfere. ETech7, Sep 12, 2012 #12 Rain1290 Thread Starter Joined: Apr 25, 2011 Messages: 449 Hi TerryNet, Apologies for the late response (thank you for your patience). Also, you may want to look into some external antennas etc. http://newwikipost.org/topic/8ebuSqCKeglfxEfo410EYG6JcZtLsdL8/SOLVED-Download-Problem.html TXSim Apr 5 2016, 04:33 PM Show posts by this member only | Post #55 TIME Fibre Assistant and Wi-Fi Router Assistant Group: Senior Member Posts: 2,137 Joined: Oct 2015

ETech7, Sep 11, 2012 #6 Rain1290 Thread Starter Joined: Apr 25, 2011 Messages: 449 Hi TerryNet, Thank you for that analogy - it really assisted in conceptualizing the situation! Maxis has a lot to catch up... About half my electronics support 5ghz wireless and I've migrated them to that channel. Also, how do I know if I have the latest firmware for my router?

Wired I am over over 50Mbps. More hints Had it a couple months, handling tons of traffic every day without ever requiring a reboot. [+] This is trivial, but I LOVE the design cosmetically. Any port forwards or QOS or filters on?This post has been edited by soonwai: Apr 5 2016, 11:46 PM yeapch01 Apr 5 2016, 11:45 PM Show posts by this member only I don't know if you're a big gamer, but I am, mostly sports.

You can find out more about this in the comments at the end of this article… -Ping times are still high compared to cable/DSL etc. (600ms vs. 30ms-100ms) -extreme rain/clouds can weblink for 1.5 down, and that's mostly burst. That is the only way I know to confirm that you are actually getting about 30 Mbps download using that modem and cable. I use OS X mountain lion and find ViaSat's acceleNet dns server stops apple web based help pages from loading.

You get what you pay for. Good luck and I hope everything works our great for you 🙂 Best regards, -JD Reply Deborah Friday, 2012.09.07 at 6:40 AM Can anyone tell me if exede will work with It's really not worth it otherwise.Astro's taking people for a ride. http://sumolinux.com/solved-netgear/solved-netgear-wpn824-router.html Try 1 and 11.

That was the last I ever heard about it. I can change the guest password if needed while never having a need to change the family network. 5 out of 5 NETGEAR Nighthawk AC1900 Dual... Your router needs a reboot or firmware update.1.

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The stock web interface is quite good and has most features DD-WRT offers, but not all. Even the MTU trick suggested. If you still have 30% or more speed loss using the router vs. Different routers have different throughput depending on the components in the router.

Best regards, -JD PS please keep me posted with how you it all works out for you 🙂 Reply dave Wednesday, 2012.08.22 at 9:44 PM Hello, Nice review, and generally interesting Short URL to this thread: https://techguy.org/1068551 Log in with Facebook Log in with Twitter Log in with Google Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? Report Inappropriate Content Message 22 of 71 (32,026 Views) Reply 0 Kudos ElaineM NETGEAR Moderator Posts: 5,330 Registered: ‎2015-07-08 Re: Fast LAN speed/slow WiFi speeds Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe his comment is here So the most bang for buck right now is the 300mbps plan, in the future it will be the 100mbps plan.

I live in a condo-building with 200 units and with my older Netgear (N-300) and a Zoom cable model/ wireless (N300 too), I barely get 10Mbs and even streaming audio is AT&T now has 4G in our area. Required fields are marked *Your Rating Rate… Perfect Good Average Not that bad Very Poor Your Review *Name * Email * 316 Reviews from Amazon FirstPreviousNextLast Show LessShow More 5 out Is it possible that there is a setting on the NETGEAR SMARTWIZARD page (192.168.1.1) that is preventing this?

I ended up having to put in a powerline Network (el-sucko when it comes to speed) and wanted to improve that throughput several times over. Thx .. Keep in mind that this is true for other ISPs with new offerings - Unifi was awesome during launch 5 years ago, but now is just meh and plainly over-subscribed in