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A general question about the speed of a router


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I have a router with 10/100 ports and WIFI speed  

2.4 Speed

5 Speed

The question is whether this is the internet speed that can pass through WIFI? Or is it the data transfer I can transfer from computer to computer on the network I am confused 

And if for example my ports on the router were 1000 MB then I could surf up to Gbit per second and in WIFI up to 433?

Can someone make me order in this matter thanks 

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Traffic Speed ​​Intention to DL Speed ​​Download? Or also the rhythm of rhythms in a computer network?

Can anyone please elaborate further?

Say WIFI 2.4 The traffic speed is 300 megabits so per second it can reach up to 37.5 megabytes and that also means the speed of traffic in a home network Transferring files from computer to computer? ,

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Traffic speed refers to the speed of information transfer between the router and the computer.

Transferring files on the home network is a computer- Computer. 

If everyone works at 300 then it will work at 300. If one works at 433 and one at 100 then it will work at 100. 

 

If you have a router separate from the modem, then they connect with a cable And the input in the router can be 100 or 1000, usually written on it WAN 

The DL speed of the router from the modem depends on your WAN port, maybe 100, maybe 1000. 

But if the speed between the router and the computer is 300, it does not matter if the router downloads from the network at 5 million, it will still send to the computer at 300.

 

 

Yes, 300 megabytes is 37.5 megabytes. 

The working speed of wireless communication is descriptive. 

That means the maximum in the lab is free of interference, noise, and blocking objects.

In real life if you get 75-80% it's great.

 

Working with 300 wireless is less good than working with 100 with cable .

Also 433 in continuous work less good than cable Of 100.

By and large, cable Constantly talking in both directions with no problem.

Wireless is a bit like a walkie-talkie, transmitting only in one direction and constantly waiting for the other side if the other side wants to talk. It happens in milliseconds but it happens.

So if 2 computers in the house are trying to play online (even one is playing and one is just surfing) wirelessly it will create lags and a network of wires it will work smoothly without interruption.

 

 

 

 

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I'm debating between 5G and fiber optics 5G is equivalent to 600/60 optical fibers Something like this buys a smartphone for NIS 800-1000 from Shiomi and surfes through HOTSPOT, it scares me the warning that the optical fiber does not look directly at the cable or the entrance It's not so healthy. How can you connect a cable without looking at where it is inserted? Even in the LAN input of this fiber is dangerous I have seen a tutorial of International on YouTube how to install 

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I'm debating between 5G and fiber optics 5G is equivalent to 600/60 optical fibers Something like this buys a smartphone for NIS 800-1000 from Shiomi and surfes through HOTSPOT, it scares me the warning that the optical fiber does not look directly at the cable or the entrance It's not so healthy. How can you connect a cable without looking at where it is inserted? Even in the LAN input of this fiber is dangerous I have seen a tutorial of flash International on YouTube how to install 

You also did not get vaccinated, did you?

 

Wait a minute but you want to .... You are sending conflicting messages ... :)

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Yoav, if you have already raised the issue of lags. I recently purchased an adapter. When I speedtest or download files should I get such bugs that do not allow my computer to be used?

I'm not sure I understood the question.

Does performing the above tasks create a load? Yes. Is a load on the router supposed to disable the computer - no. 

But in case all your consumers are connected to a router with , Then corks are formed and here the quality of the router determines whether these corks are more or less noticeable in the computers. 

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I'm debating between 5G and fiber optics 5G is equivalent to 600/60 optical fibers Something like this buys a smartphone for NIS 800-1000 from Shiomi and surfes through HOTSPOT, it scares me the warning that the optical fiber does not look directly at the cable or the entrance It's not so healthy. How can you connect a cable without looking at where it is inserted? Even in the LAN input of this fiber is dangerous I have seen a tutorial of flash International on YouTube how to install 

This laser is a very focused light.

It does not produce environmental radiation.

If you mean To the naked eye it can be dangerous.

The technician who assembles the router connects the optical fiber to the router and you should not touch it. Once connected, there is no "light escape" it is closed.

One must be very uncoordinated or with substantial physical / brain limitations in order to reach a state where the optical fiber is aimed directly at the eye.

 

All wireless communication produces radiation. Also 2.4 GHz. Also 5 GHz. Also a cell phone.

Both the screen you are currently reading and your computer produce electromagnetic radiation. Did you have another ear on your leg next to the computer? 

The lamps, too.

Also in the microwave - a heater that heats Next to it being bombarded with radiation - there is radiation. 

If you do not accept the general idea that there are standards regarding radiation attenuation and at what stage it ceases to be dangerous - you need to get rid of all of the above.

 

Optical fiber is better than 5G 

 

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I'm not sure I understood the question.

Does performing the above tasks create a load? Yes. Is a load on the router supposed to disable the computer - no. 

But in case all your consumers are connected to a router with radio , Then corks are formed and here the quality of the router determines whether these corks are more or less noticeable in the computers. 

 

I will unite. Only one computer is connected to Wi-Fi. I download a file at the maximum it gives (200-250 mbps). I am experiencing bugs that are actually causing the computer to become unusable while downloading.

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I will unite. Only one computer is connected to Wi-Fi. I download a file at the maximum it gives (200-250 mbps). I am experiencing bugs that are actually causing the computer to become unusable while downloading.

If you use IDM you can limit the download speed (to 150 say) and solve the problem.

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If you use IDM you can limit the download speed (to 150 say) and solve the problem.

 

 

Thanks. I do not use any particular software.

The question is the problem stems from the download speed? Does this happen to you when you download a file at high speed?

I do not have too much experience with Wi-Fi so I do not know if it is OK or if it is a malfunction

 

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I will unite. Only one computer is connected to Wi-Fi. I download a file at the maximum it gives (200-250 mbps). I am experiencing bugs that are actually causing the computer to become unusable while downloading.

Not usable even for unfounded work

If so then there is a fundamental problem here.

If the lag is only for established work So this is a quality problem at worst or settings at best. 

Either way, tests that can be performed:

Replace the router with a hotspot based phone.

Connect the computer to the router by cable .

 

Of course if the download is done by file sharing this is a very good reason for a serious lag in the work Because file sharing creates a lot of connections and loads more. 

 

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Not usable even for unfounded work Network

If so then there is a fundamental problem here.

If the lag is only for established work Network So this is a quality problem at worst or settings at best. 

Either way, tests that can be performed:

Replace the router with a hotspot based phone.

Connect the computer to the router by cable Network .

 

Of course if the download is done by file sharing this is a very good reason for a serious lag in the work Network Because file sharing creates a lot of connections and loads more. 

 

 

Not usable, meaning that the mouse's logs do not really allow use in this mode.

What does a network-based lag mean?

If I use a standard surfing adapter it's fine. If I compute the computer directly to the device that Partner brought (without using a router) and downloads to the maximum it is also fine.

 

Regarding download - standard download. For example Windows 11. I had to disconnect the adapter and connect without a router because I could not surf with all the blasts of the mouse.

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