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[Discuss] Future-proofing a house for networking -- what to run?

On 9/12/2017 1:19 PM, Bill Ricker wrote:
> I'm glad to hear there's someone even slower to adopt real broadband
> than I was.

I have real broadband: FiOS, 50/50Mbps. Had it since it became available
in my neighborhood. It's just that the slowest WiFi devices I have are
802.11g. The others are 802.11n or .11ac. It doesn't much matter how
much more bandwidth wired 1-Gig offers when that extra bandwidth can't
be utilized.

Rich P.

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