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OS X :: Slow Wireless File Transfer Speed In LAN


I have an iMac and MBP. When I transfer files over the network (wireless) from one computer to the other, it is quite slow. I think around 1~1.5mb/sec. Is this normal or expected performance on file transfer via wireless? If so what can I do to increase the performance? Settings on the wireless router?


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MacBook Pro 13"
Mac OS X (10.6.1)
Windows 7

Posted: Sep 28, 2009

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If I would like to use wireless network at my university, I have to find out the address of the wireless network lan of my macbook in order for further installation. Anyone knows how to find the address out?

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Macbook 13
Mac OS X (10.5.6)

Posted: Oct 13, 2009

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