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  Reply # 626278 16-May-2012 16:39 Send private message

 I'm still not convinced that your existing unit doesn't have 802.11n support anyway, finding anything in the god-awful menu structure on the Thomsons is non-trivial though.

Ok, I've checked that there is a mode 802.11b/g/n. The difference from my Dir-615 is that in addition to the mix mode it has 'n-only' mode. And it seems like in this mode you can have maximum speed. The N-only mode is not present in the Thompson's settings. As well, it has only one antenna. 
As well, it takes 10-15 seconds just to get the first page from the thomson web console loaded. Why it's so slow?

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  Reply # 626284 16-May-2012 16:46 Send private message

What are you doing that needs 'N' only anyway? Or is it just something you want because it's there? G is more than fast enough for internet. If you are doing big file transfers/HD streaming, you should be either using wired connections or decent (not Telecom Freebie - which IMO is perfectly fine for 99% of users) gear.

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