Re: Netgear FSV318v3 firewall drastically slows down my connection



If they advertise a WAN port that supports a physical 100Mbs
connection, it's not unreasonable to assume that the connection speed
should be more than 5 or 6 Mbs, don't you think?
D


--->I wouldn't slam them too hard. It's advertised as a broadband
router.
For the vast majority, broadband means 1.5 or maybe 3 Mbps. Connections
like your's are a relatively new phenomenon on the market. I only wish
I
had your problem. (He says from behind a 512K satellite link...)

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