Movies, household network and 54g limits... (maybe...)
in my flat there are 1 router, 1 range extender, 2 vista, 1 XP and my
2 linux ubuntu (one of which is mail/samba/nfs/etc server, is
monitored via mrtg and contains a lot of music/movies). All, wireless.
The problem: when I listen to music or watch movies from my laptop (my
flatmates idem) the results are not so good... many freezes...
The graphs say it is clearly not bandwith fault. Reading around:
" It is well known
that the medium access control (MAC) layer is the main bottleneck for
the IEEE 802.11 wireless LANs."
There are scientific publications around but seems the problem is not
1. Do you know something, please?
2. With the new N technology, the problem is solved? [I doubt but I
Thank you so much,