Timeline for Good cost-effective router

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Oct 17 '15 at 19:44 comment added NuWin Andy, I am honestly not sure. I am running on a HP pavilion DV6. I have just upgraded the firmware to DD-WRT and changed the Wireless Network Mode to NG-Mixed. After running a speed test, I think it improved a little.
Oct 17 '15 at 19:08 comment added Andy Do you have slow wireless speeds on the local network? The symptoms you describe sound like something is connected at wireless "B" speeds. Is the slow device capable of running at "g" or "n" speeds?
Oct 17 '15 at 18:51 comment added NuWin I just want to update that I bought the router and currently using. My signal is MUCH MUCH better however do you know of a setting or tweak that would increase my speeds? My ISP package is currently "up to 50 MBs". From modem to laptop directly I get around there however with wireless it is 1/4 of that. I actually called my ISP and the girl asked if I still had the receipt for the router.. LOL! She was clueless anyways.
Sep 20 '15 at 20:09 comment added NuWin thank you for taking the time to recommend this router. I forgot to mention wireless speeds but according to your link it appears this router can handle up to 1300mbs which is nice!! It costs more than I'd like but I'm sure I can pick up a used one for cheaper.
Sep 20 '15 at 20:02 history answered Andy CC BY-SA 3.0