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Hi all, I'm having an issue with my download speed. Now I have tried it two different ways and a big difference. Here is my set up.

1-Motorola cable modem

1-linksys wrg54gs wireless router with speed booster

dell latitude d-800 laptop.

Now when i run the download speed test here using wireless I get

1929 Kbps or 1.9 Mbps (235 kB/s)

Now if i hook up my Ethernet cable I get

6570 Kbps or 6.6 Mbps (802 kB/s)

My wireless connection is

54.0Mbps

signal strength excellent

status connected

I'm just at a lost here trying to figure out why such a big difference.

I have gone through and rebooted the modem,router and computer and still same results.

Any help will be greatly appreciated .

Thanks in advance,

Gabe

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