|I was wondering if anyone had any input on this situation. I have a WRT120N router, 1 computer hardwired to it, a laptop that connects via wireless and another computer that connects wireless. Both the laptop and the 3rd computer have wireless N network adapters, yet they are only getting wireless g signals from the router. The laptop connects at 54Mbps and the other computer is anywhere from 2-11 Mbps at any given time. |
Now I have another laptop with wireless G that I dont use as much, but I still need occasionally so I can't set the router for only wireless G. I checked my router configuration and the network mode is set to mixed mode. When I go onto any of the computers and view available wireless networks it lists my network but the radio type is 802.11g. I also downloaded inSSIDER and did a scan and it also has me as a wireless G network. I changed my channel from 11 to 10 as a bunch of my neighbors were on 11(I live in an apt), but that didn't seem to make any difference.
Can anyone walk me through getting my router to broadcast in wireless N like it should be?