This links up with the same AV200 downstairs (feeding a Netgear 5 way switch for a Humax Foxsat, Sony BR player, and an Xbox360, with a spare socket for any laptops), and the same AV200 model in the next room feeding another desktop.
There are also a Squeezebox 3, a Wii, and a HP C7280 all connected by wifi G.
As both the QNAP and the WD have gigabit adaptors built in, and backup is slow, would there be any advantage in changing the old router to something like
Billion BiPAC 7800N Dual WAN ADSL2+/Broadband Wireless-N Gigabit Firewall Modem Router , and fitting a gigabit card in the desktop ?
I'm thinking yes, but what about the AV200s and the switch ? Obviously I could change to a gigabit switch, but say I fitted a gigabit (I'm getting tired typing that word ) card adaptor to the laptop connecting to the said switch, would I see an inprovement in speed through the AV200s ?