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A Problem I've Had For Months and Have Never Been Able to Solve

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team viewer workd great i agree, but i'll say this , there are many hack out there that have allowed those that want , to gain access to there servers and make there own connection to the machine with the client on it. I know this as factual because i've seen it with my own eye's. I have stopped using it, and went with real vnc.

Although there paid version is ssl capable which i would think would do the job.

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team viewer workd great i agree, but i'll say this , there are many hack out there that have allowed those that want , to gain access to there servers and make there own connection to the machine with the client on it. I know this as factual because i've seen it with my own eye's. I have stopped using it, and went with real vnc.

Although there paid version is ssl capable which i would think would do the job.

can you confirm this?

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can you confirm this?

Other them my eye's on a local server of mine with a monitor hooked to it sitting next to me , my modem log files, sorry , no link for justification if thats what your looking for :) And I haven't looked to see if anyone else has had this problem.

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Well mudmanc4 since you said how you were curious as to how to solve this, I've finally solved it. What the solution is what it is I'm not sure. I was hoping maybe you tell me haha. Anyway in the Wireless tab of my router's configuration there is a Network Mode: drop down menu with some options being Mixed, B Only, G Only, N Only, BG Mixed, etc. Well I had it on Mixed which I assume means B, G, and N compatibility. By switching it to G Only, I no longer have any lag spikes whatsoever. I believe this does gimp the capability of my router though since it is an N draft. What's weird is that if I set it to N only, I still lag. Wtf? Anyway I haven't even noticed a significant drop in my speed, but there is no more spiking and that's exactly what I wanted.

I was also wondering if you had any idea how to make a signal booster? It'd be cool if I could go from 4 bars consistently to 5!

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Far as I know, when you get down to the meat of it all, "N"  stands for Nothing more then distance, or range, In other words N routers have the capability to send the signal further. If this is the final say, I can't say, but this is what I get out of it.

If you want to boost the range, or the transmit power, then you could flash that thing with DD-WRT in which contains a setting that allows you to change the TX , or transmit power level from something like 20-250 milliwatts <<< or something.

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I see. Well then, since dd-wrt is not supportable of my router there is nothing I can do. This will do just fine though for what I need. Could maybe use a little more power with CoD MW2's IWNet lag though haha. Next time I will know to buy a router that supports dd-wrt before I make a purchase!

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