I'm in need to some assistance. I'm trying to find the wired CCK specs, specifically if what kind of wired ethernet connection a CCK can handle...is it 10, 100, or 1000 Tbase?
Reason is that I have a wireless router in the basement (Asus RT-AC66U) and another ( Linksys WRT120N) on the main floor, both in "access point mode" but want to find out what speeds a wired CCK and RG6 cable can handle. The linksys WRT120N on the main floor (purchased for $5 at a garage sale) is connected to a wired CCK, which connects to an RG6 wall connection, down to the basement where that connects to a SWM8 splitter, then through a SWM16 module to another wired CCK which then connects to my DSL modem.
I'd like to upgrade the WRT120N to another Asus RT-AC66U, but want to know if the D* CCK setup as I have it now can handle gigabit speeds/data flow. Currently, the WRT120N seriously bogs down when the family and I are upstairs surfing. Upgrading would be awesome not only for the new AC standard, but I noticed an impressive speed upgrade when using 5Ghz instead of 2.4Ghz in my neighborhood.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.