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I have the Netgear 7550 gateway that is associated with AT&T. I was just wondering if it could output 802.11N wi-fi or only 802.11G.

asked Feb 20 '13 at 17:44

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By taking a look from ATT that particular model if you look at the technical specs from att website.


It is capable of wireless N on it. The only thing that I would question is the wireless networking card that you are using is it also a wireless N or a Wireless G networking card? If the wireless card that you are using in the laptop or the desktop is a wireless G then you need to exchange that out for a Wireless N. You can purchase that at the local Wal Mart, Best Buy or home depot. Or even at a local computer store. I had on a lenovo a wireless B on it. But it was not capable of going with WP-PSK or WPA2-AES on it since it had problems with it. Bought a Wireless N for the PCMCIA slot and was able to connect with it afterwards.

answered Feb 20 '13 at 18:01

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I have a desktop with a wireless network adapter. It is the Asus PCE-N15.

(Feb 20 '13 at 18:55) rocketnater rocketnater's gravatar image
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