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Old March 22nd, 2011, 04:58 AM
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Default WNR2000 Mode

I've been running my WNR2000 set to "Up to 145Mbps" for a few days and decided to try "Up to 300 Mbps". Everything seemed to be going ok, then I found my wireless printer wasn't working but didn't connect it to the Mode change as I was doing other things. Later last evening I found that I couldn't get my Kindle to connect and as that was the only change I have made I changed it back to "Up to 145Mbs", my Kindle then connected and the printer started to print the doc that I had tried to print earlier. Is there any reason why this would happen?

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Old March 22nd, 2011, 05:04 AM
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not all devices are capable running at 300Mbps specially if you have non N wireless capable devices

145Mbps is default settings that has most compatible mixed devices
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