I'm trying to get a bandwidth cap raised and and need this hypothetical situation answered: I'll simplify this as much as possible: Say you've got a business with an OC3 line that connects it to the internet and provides, I don't know, 120 MBPS of bandwidth. That business has a Wireless G router with 1 computer connected to it. That person can, theoretically (yes, i know it wouldn't even be close in practice) get 54MBPS of that bandwidth, maxing out the wireless connection. Now say another computer connects to that wireless network. Is the 54 MBPS limitation of the wireless G router split among both computers, meaning that each can only use a theoretical max of 27 MBPS of the 120 MBPS bandwidth? Or, can each computer connected to the router use 54 MBPS of bandwidth, for a total of 108 of the 120 MBPS?