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  Reply # 585757 23-Feb-2012 15:31
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Lurch: I have one of these and it's Wireless N 300Mbps. Use to have a 1TB WD HDD attached but found it a little slow unless you use the FTP option so moved it back to my server.



I can't connect at over 130Mbps.



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  Reply # 585821 23-Feb-2012 17:21
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How do you find out if you can or cannot go over 130mbps?




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  Reply # 585825 23-Feb-2012 17:23
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sonyxperiageek: How do you find out if you can or cannot go over 130mbps?

Could just be my Mac running Mountain Lion but it varies wildly between 37-130Mbps. I don't quite remember how you do it in Windows. 

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