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Topic # 150965 9-Aug-2014 12:34
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Having trouble figuring out what is the maximum 802.11N throughput of the TriplePlay 150 (Slingshots UFB router)

I can only get 72Mbps next to the router with my new Intel 7260AC WWAN card (on a brand new machine), I can get plenty more connected to other routers.

Can anyone with that router comment on what the connection to their Wifi network is rated at (Using the Windows Network and Sharing Center, and clicking on the Wifi network you're connected to).

Documentation is missing for 802.11N throughput on the datasheet. 
http://www.energyimports.co.nz/_img/TriplePlay150%20spec%20sheet.pdf

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  Reply # 1106186 11-Aug-2014 09:22
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Slingshot folks, can you help me out?

Cheers :)

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  Reply # 1106222 11-Aug-2014 10:00
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150Mbps wireless N, so 75Mbps max half duplex. Working as designed.





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  Reply # 1106229 11-Aug-2014 10:09
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coffeebaron: 150Mbps wireless N, so 75Mbps max half duplex. Working as designed.



Great, I'll investigate further.

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  Reply # 1491608 13-Feb-2016 14:52
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I gave up fixing this router so I continuously annoyed slingshot until they sent out nv4f router now I'm getting good speeds.

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