Discussion in 'Internet & Networking' started by karhoe, Mar 18, 2011.
LOL, I can easily sell you those free wifi router from TMNET for RM50 hahahaa.
neat, but I think the PSP GO is 802.11b only just like the other PSP's.
Good point that. Totally forgot about it.
Not much on mine
Internet -> Speedstream 4100 -> Linksys WRT54GL wired - PC
wireless - PS3 + PSP
To think about it, did not include my PSP Slim. Haven't touched it in months... Maybe I should sell it?
Then put that money towards the PSP2?
Hahaha, I'm going to setup a WDS with a neighbour soon to share Unify, time to update my network diagram, that won't count as cheating right ,hahah
How is that going to work out??
We setup WDS, I leech his broadband, he leech my HD collection LOL
I have made some changes to my network too. Most of the lines are now 1Gbps.
So you are not paying for bandwidth now??
You swapped the Cat 5e cables with Cat 6 cables?
Was there a big difference in throughput?
You have a very extensive network, considering only two people stay at your place?
The biggest issue was due to very poor quality cable. It was labled as cat 5e, but not able to handle 1000Mbps. So I decided to buy AMP cat 6 cable to replace the whole 15 meter to future proof it. And I bought a new gigabit switch in my room so everyone can enjoy gigabit speed.
Talking about my place? No I have more than 2.
How much did you pay for the AMP Cat 6 cables on a per foot/meter basis?
RM150 for 30 meters!!!
Why would you need full 1000mbps? As in your hard disk can support that transfer rate?
File transfers are a lot faster than 100mbps. True you won't hit full speed, but it is still faster than 100.
It's a variable that is removed so now the bottle neck is your computer's I/O.
A FLAC album takes seconds to transfer to my home server. Cat6 cable from my pc to switch. Cat6 cable from switch to home server.
Hardware RAID0 on my end (if that matters) to software quasi-RAID on the WHS.
Same file, same PC, transferring to the same server/location, cat5e cable plugged into the router (100base).
(off topic: lol Chai, care to guess what racecar I have on my wallpaper? ).
Yeah, Gigabit transfering over gigabit would be much faster than 100mb/s. Transferring at ~10 Megabyte/s is slow. I wish my laptop had a gigabit port
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