Personally I like Intel nics and there are lot of choices for inexpensive switches but do your homework. Option 3 seems perfect but it is more expensive. If you unplug the laptop from the switch you can still use wifi if you just feel like roaming with the laptop. Can you suggest a cheap dual band usb or pci or pcie card? Now I got a better option.
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Option 1 is cheap solution. And my desktop only has Mbps Ethernet.
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Make sure you have quality parts end to end and you will generally be happier. Engeniu laptop alone is capable of Gigabit Ethernet. Will i get around MBPS. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered.
If you unplug the eu600 from the switch you can still use wifi if you just feel like roaming with the laptop. If there is one out there, especially Thank you for the clarification. From there, I would look at a new “dual band” router with Gig network ports.
The DSL device may be engeniuz bottleneck; just because a device has BaseT or Gig ports, doesn’t mean it can switch that much traffic. Sign up using Email and Password. As I need faster file transfers, I have the following options.
From there, I would attempt to determine how capable the DSL device might be. Wireless speed on a G connection is good. This may be the cheapest fix at this point. Board index All times are UTC.
Sat Aug 22, 8: It is just enough for internet browsing and video streaming, not for file transfers. Wireles is a shared medium per radio, so with the dual band adapter your desktop an be working in 5GHz and your laptop in 2.
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If the WiFi is configured correctly and you are in a relatively clean wireless environment, you should be able to get much better throughput. I think the Mbps LAN is the bottleneck here.
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I’ve found a few articles to get started on the Raspberry Pi approach: Option 2 is good if i ditch WiFi. So, internet via WiFi and local file transfers via Gigabit Ethernet. Now I got a better option.