I used to have great connection with my Linksys Router wrt54gc. After more than a year of use, it started acting up. Connection became very slow until it can no longer connect to the internet. So I thought my router was already defective. I bought a new one, Asus WL-520GU. The shop where I bought it from tested both asus and linksys routers and both were working perfectly. So I set the asus router at home but the connection was still very slow, in both desktop (wired) and laptop (wireless). I tried connecting the PC directly to the modem and the internet connection is great. So now, I'm stuck with 2 routers, both are not working properly at my dsl connection.
Things I have tried:
1. Power cycling
2. Changing MTU values
3. MAC address cloning
4. Chaning ethernet cable
None of which seem to solve my problem. Can anyone help me please.
Software/Hardware used: linksys wrt54gc, asus wl-520gu, desktop windows xp, laptop windows 7
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