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Hi friend

 

Does a desktop computer come with a card Built-in (on the motherboard or on another part?).

 

If not, I have a TPLINK device that connects with a cable To a computer with 300mbps high gain wireless written on it adapter. Is it a network card?

If so, are there any that reach a speed of 1GB?

 

Edit: is very similar to what appears in the link below but not identical:

https://www.ivory.co.il/catalog.php?id=10524

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Thanks

 

Cable Socket - Intended for a standard connection without Wi-Fi?

 

Regarding up to 300 megabytes - what does someone who is in fiber optics do (I am considering switching. I am currently with a lower speed)

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Cable Socket - Intended for a standard connection without Wi-Fi?

Yes, a standard connection from a router via a cable , This is what is marked in yellow

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Fiber optics is a different world, I highly recommend.

But ... it's a different world in direct connection (cable).

Through Wi-Fi, the equipment the companies provide is not good, to say the least.

Then, you have to buy cheap equipment of your own, and configure it, etc., etc.

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But ... it's a different world in direct connection (cable).

 

This is something they do not say on the phone. I wanted to connect two routers so as not to use Wi-Fi but it is not possible.

If I use two TPLINK devices each will get 300 megabytes full (assuming I take a suitable package in terms of speed), because if so, it does not seem to me to be extremely necessary.

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I do not recommend less than 600 MB,

Because keep in mind that it's BIT, not BYTE.

That is, in three hundred megabytes (which is also theoretical because it is more than three hundred

And changes very quickly depending on the distance) Traffic can be quite slow.

You can connect a Giga switch and connect several computers,

A master of all this both costs and requires basic knowledge for various definitions.

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:)

 

I went to read a bit on the subject. Write them the same but the difference between one b is small and the other is large (meaning mbps)

 

This means that 300 is less than 40 MB (definitely tolerable)

How much does 4K need?

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