November 11th, 2000, 05:04 AM
Can a Cable Modem outpace the fastest router?
I just switched to a cable modem from dsl and am now getting speed over 4000 kbps. As I understand it my cable/dsl router is only capable of 4500 kbps (it's a Macsense Pro) I never worried before since dsl was so slow but now I am wondering... the 4.5 I see as the speed rating on Timhiggins. Does that mean 4500 kbps and could the router actually be a bottle neck now!?! (if so, this is a great problem to have, since I used to only get 600 kbps...) Anyway, I could be way off on this, that's why I am asking. Thanks.
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