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Old 03-25-2007, 10:05 AM   #1
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Question Can I use a D-Link Rangebooster N Wireless Router with a G adaptor

I was wondering if i could use a D-Link Rangebooster N Wireless Router with a normal G wireless router. It says it's compatible with wireless G electronics,but does that include adaptors. Thank you for your time.
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Default Re: Can I use a D-Link Rangebooster N Wireless Router with a G adaptor

wait, why do u want to use a router with a router?
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Default Re: Can I use a D-Link Rangebooster N Wireless Router with a G adaptor

Well if you're asking if the D-Link Rangebooster N Wireless Router will work with a regular wireless G adapter, then yes, that will work fine.
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Well if you're asking if the D-Link Rangebooster N Wireless Router will work with a regular wireless G adapter, then yes, that will work fine.
yep, it'll work fine, just wont be full wireless n speed obviously, it will still be decent, but not the N, does anybody know what the actual mbps of wireless n is? ive never known, just curious... i use b, and i get 54mbps which is plenty for me
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yep, it'll work fine, just wont be full wireless n speed obviously, it will still be decent, but not the N, does anybody know what the actual mbps of wireless n is? ive never known, just curious... i use b, and i get 54mbps which is plenty for me
It's 200 to 540mbps according to this: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/802.11n#802.11n
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