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    Sagem Router Wireless speed

    This is a discussion on Sagem Router Wireless speed within the Sky Router forums, part of the Sky Broadband help category; Have a look on eBay, pretty positive you could pick a white one up cheap, not the point I know, ...

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      Re: Sagem Router Wireless speed

      Have a look on eBay, pretty positive you could pick a white one up cheap, not the point I know, but Sky do have the right to choose what hardware to send you.




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      Re: Sagem Router Wireless speed

      I think the main thing was that 108mbps was not a ratified protocol, each manufacturer had different ways to make it work. Really it was just a stop-gap till 'N' was fully developed and never really worked well due to the incompatibility between different manufacturers. Now that Draft N is almost at the point of being ratified, stop-gaps are no longer needed. In a few years time we will all be using N class routers. BT seem to be leading the way in this with their new Hubs, as far as ISPs that supply routers are concerned .

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