I have two macs on a wireless network. One is connected via cable to a router. The other is on the wirlessless network of the router. When I connect to either computer from the other, the file transfer speed is around 50Kb/s. The router is a 802.11b, but the two computers and router are all located in the same room. The router has its own channel and no other router in the neighborhood shares the same channel. The confusing part is the wireless computer scores the same rating as the wired computer on dslreports.com bandwidth meter. Somewhere between 1-3 mb/s download and 1mb/s upload. I'm just wondering why I would be able to get these speeds from the internet, but no from a wired computer connected to the router. Theoretically the speed should be quicker, not slower.