Spudgun wrote:Thanks for the reply and information. Where you say sync speeds are really good, are they better (e.g. higher) than the 7800N or about the same as the 7800N didn't seem to like my line very much and syncs about 1mb slower than 2 other broadcom chipset routers that I have triedbillion_fan wrote:The sync rates are really good, and yes you can change the SNR to a set value,Spudgun wrote:How do sync rates compare with the 7800N and is there still an ability to change SNR percentages in the router setup?
Attached is a screen capture of the SNR page on the 7800VDOX
After I tweaked the SNR, the speeds where a bit better, but as my 7800N was also tweaked I can only compare both tweaked speeds. (I don't want to plug my 7800N up again, setting up my wireless extenders etc is a pain)