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Author Topic: Foreigner wants to play! What kind of internet connection?  (Read 815 times)

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Re: Foreigner wants to play! What kind of internet connection?
« Reply #15 on: March 19, 2017, 12:41:23 pm »
That someone is wrong. SLT 4G routers will have Ethernet ports that you can use to connect your PC.

If not (very unlikely though), you can install a wireless network card to your PC (via PCIe ports) and then your PC will have WiFi connectivity.
Thanks. When I checked SLT's page about 4G, it says "8 Mbps
Average Speed with Burst". In ADSL, it says 2Mbps - 16Mbps. Can you explain on this? What does Average Speed with Burst mean?

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Re: Foreigner wants to play! What kind of internet connection?
« Reply #16 on: April 05, 2017, 08:54:57 pm »
Thanks. When I checked SLT's page about 4G, it says "8 Mbps
Average Speed with Burst". In ADSL, it says 2Mbps - 16Mbps. Can you explain on this? What does Average Speed with Burst mean?
8 Mbps is 'kind of' guaranteed speed(a lie btw), and it can goes beyond that, also called burst. ;D