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Now my network is up and running ( 70 hours now ) and I'm a firewall expert
:-) I have been transferring some files.
The wireless connection varies form good 48Mbps to excellent 54Mbps, however
when I transfer a 90Mb test file XP reports a network utilization of only
10% and the files takes around 220 seconds to transfer between computers.
reply to uglyduck NOT spamfrog
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