I bought it so I set up file- and printer-sharing for three Macs running Reports below were from -before- the Airport Extreme update , which some readers said improved performance with their setups. I have read that the router companies are “leaning” on the chip making companies to address the compatibility and performance issues. In the Dlink router, it even warns you performance degrades when using WEP. I’ve always had them. It usually attains kbps with my Linksys 54G router and got the same speed with the Apple Extreme N using the cnet test.
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