100 foot cable or Wifi N? Tags: Routers WiFi Cable Networking Last response: December 4, 2011 2:01 AM in Networking Share dagnis December 3, 2011 2:43:18 AM Which would be better, 100 foot cable (about the distance the N would be going plus some walls) or a 100 foot cable into my attic and back down to my router? More about : 100 foot cable wifi sturm December 4, 2011 2:01:02 AM Wired is better. especially if Gig connection, as you don't have to worry about signal strength, interference, encryption, more overhead. Wired is harder to run. Wireless is good if you can get a consistent signal and can't run wires very easy. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Solved100 Foot ehernet cable Forum Cant get FSB past 100mhz in Z77n-Wifi BIOS Forum I need an 1000 Foot radius Wi-Fi for resort Please Help Forum SolvedShould I run a 25 foot Ethernet or Coaxial cable? Forum SolvedI need an hdmi to hdmi 50 foot cable to tack onto a white wall Forum Searching 8-port router with 10/100/1000 and wifi n Forum Alternatives to a 25 foot 3.5mm audio cable Forum 6 foot usb extension cable has malfunctioned Forum Xbox not connecting to Internet with 75 foot cable. Forum Will a 50 foot HDMI cable suffer any signal loss? Forum 8 foot parallel to usb cable? Forum SolvedWall Cable Connected Modem-Router, WiFi Modem-Router to WiFi router Linksys WRT1900, router cable connected to pc. Forum SolvedASUS RT-N66U- Wont auto connect to wifi or remember wifi key? Forum SolvedIs it possible to share ethernet cable connected internet using a usb wi-fi adapter? Forum SolvedIntel Pentium g3258 overclocking issue with Gigabyte z97n-WIFI. Forum SolvedWill a 100ft/ 200ft ethernet cable work well. Forum SolvedWiFi adapter or ethernet cable? Forum SolvedI've recently installed a new hard drive on my sony vaio and now there is no internet on there wifi or Ethernet cable how do I Forum SolvedBest inexpensive cable modem and wifi router? Forum SolvedBest USB wifi adapter that can achieve 100 - 200 mbps ????? Forum More resources Read discussions in other Networking categories Routers Gateways VPN LAN WAN Firewalls Cisco Netgear !