Why router slower than modem card Tags: Routers Modem Networking Last response: September 8, 2012 7:04 PM in Networking Share epol September 8, 2012 7:03:37 PM When I use my USB modem card directly connected to my computer it is much faster than when I connect it via my wireless router. Why? How do I increase the speed via the router? More about : router slower modem card ex_bubblehead September 8, 2012 7:04:43 PM Wireless will always be somewhat slower than a wired connection. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Wired through the router slower than directly to modem? Forum Solved75% slower connection when not directly connected to Router/Modem Combo Forum SolvedWhy is windows 7 x64-bit is slower at gaming than windows 7 x32-bit Forum SolvedWhy wireless internet is much slower than ethernet Forum SolvedWhy are new GPU's slower than old ones? Forum SolvedWhy does my new laptop with windows 8 run slower than my old laptop with windows 7? Forum SolvedSSD's are made up of RAM chips then why SSD's are slower than RAM? Forum SolvedWhy is my Kingston v300 SSD slower after less than a month? Windows Index for disk transfer down from 8.1 to 8.0 Forum SolvedWhy is my computer's download speed slower than my laptop's? Forum Gigabit switch slower than 100Mbs router Forum SolvedWhy OS booting in Pentium 4 slower than Core 2 Duo system? Forum SolvedWhy is amd fx 8150 slower than 15 Forum SolvedWhy transferring files on my WLAN slower than dling from the internet? Forum SolvedThe download speed on my network card is slower than it should be? Forum SolvedWhy is Phenom II 955 slower than C2Q 9550 in most apps? Forum Why is my download speed 0,25 slower than my tested download speed Forum Sapphire HD 7870 2GB OC GHz Edition slower than integrated graphics. Why? Forum SolvedWhy does my modem and router need to be in the garage? Forum Belkin F5D 7230-4 used wired - way slower than direct modem connection Forum Hosting on Modem(Fast) versus Router (Slower) Should I Upgrade Router? Forum More resources Read discussions in other Networking categories Routers Gateways VPN LAN WAN Firewalls Cisco Netgear !