How to change router speed
why does my linksys 1000 n router only run at 54 mbps ? for some reason the IPv6 connectivity has no internet access
Do you have "n" based wireless adapter in you PC? If not, add "n" series WLAN adapter in you PC.
i don't think i did this right.
I asked the question.
but the answer to syedusmanahmed is yes my laptop has a n network adapter
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