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Whats my Connection G or N

Discussion in 'iPad Help' started by mmhauer, Apr 5, 2010.

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    How do I tell on the iPad if I am connecting with G or N?:confused:
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    The default will usually be the fastest your machine has which should be the N. My router has separate radio's with separate ssid's so I can direct the device to to the N.
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    As Edlex said, N is faster if your wireless router supports it. What model is your wireless router?
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    I understand that N is faster and that the iPad will negotate to the fastest connection. I was trying out the new Cisco E2000. But I wanted to see what the iPad was reporting my speed and connection type was.
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    Usually your broadband connection is the bottleneck rather then G or N anyway. Unless your sharing over your local area network (movies, large files) the local speed of the wireless will far exceed your broadband internet connection.

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