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    http://www.smallnetbuilder.com/wirel...w-80211n-speed,

    Yesterday, i spend time messing around with the setting in the router. trying to find was to boost up the internet router.

    yesterday i change WPA to WPA2-personal and 802.11b/g/n to 802.11b/g (i dont know what the fuck this does)

    After yesterday, i saw some improvement from black ops. i didnt lag or get disconnected. but, i can be bias because it was in the night time and less people use it at the night time.

    all i want to know is am i doing it right? do i benefit anything by changing these type of setting? what else i can do to to do wi-fi internet speed?

    i dont want be rude and limit internet access because i dont own the internet (meaning i dont pay for this).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clay10 View Post
    Switch back to 80211b/g/n. Even though the wii doesn't have a wireless n network card, most of your other devices should and most likely will.
    that was default, i changed it to 802.11b/g. i website say dont combine 802.11b/g and 802.11n. that why i change 802.11b/g/n. unless you can explain stuff to me about this. btw its wii-u, you make it seem like i play wii.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gmoney
    btw its wii-u, you make it seem like i play wii.
    What's the difference other than the game pad? Lol.

    But anyways, switch back to 802.11b/g/n. I know cause I have the same problem .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clay10 View Post
    Wireless n is faster than wireless b/g.

    Sorry about saying the wii, that was my mistake. I'm not sure if the wii u can use wireless n, but I'd just keep it enabled.
    well imma try wireless b/g for a while if you get worse i put it back to normal b/g/n. my router only have the opinion of b/g, b, g, or b/g/n

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    Did you even read that site? It says right there to use Wireless N...

    Wireless b/g/n will always be faster for devices that support 802.11n. The Wii-U supports Wireless N, therefore, you should use it.

    Of course, it also depends on your distance from the router and other people online and what those people are doing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gmoney View Post
    you make it seem like i play wii.
    Who the fuck cares. It's a game console, there's no need to get your jimmies in a bunch.

    Anyways. N is the fastest wireless protocol that is in home routers right now (there's a faster one out but it hasn't been widely adopted yet), so it's best to have it enabled. Wireless b/g/n will ensure that basically all of your devices will connect to your router, and each device will use the respective type that it is compatible with and is fastest for it.

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    Just messing with settings in your router isn't going to amp up your speed. It's the throughput that matters.

    All you're doing is making the pipe bigger(the b/g/n), the flow of water(your internet connection) isn't increasing.

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    Just put it b/g/n and save us from posting again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quantum View Post
    Just put it b/g/n and save us from posting again.
    before you say anything i been had b/g/n and my connection was sooooooo bad when it was b/g/n. when i use b/g everything is working fine. if it gets to the point that b/g not good enough than i put b/g/n. for now i sticking with b/g because it work fine for me.


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