I am at wits end, after having the tech from the internet provider run speed tests that show the speed at the hub 50mbps up/downstream I can't seem to get my downloads after connecting the router to go higher than 10mbps.
The router is RT-N66R and the internet provider port is set at "100mbps full" from what their techs tell me. We tried "atuo" and "duplex" on their end and duplex works only on downloads where it actually gets the speed promised but upload speed starts to fall and eventually there are collisions that eventually take down the upload completely.
My laptop connected directly to internet confirms the tech's speeds, however my old router was also running at 10mbps up and 50mbps down with only 1 laptop connected to it.
Logix provides a static IP address internet connection.
I changed the cables to brand new cat6 patch cables just in case.
I also put in a 10/100 swtich in between the router WAN and the Logix port to see if it wasn't erring due to the 10/100/1000 WAN on the router not being supported, but again - same speeds.
I wonder if it might be that the WAN settings on this or previous router couldn't be forced to anything but are auto-sensing? I tired with an older router which supports duplex and got 50/50 as promised but this is an older piece of equipment that I rather not use for other reasons.
The network switch is 10/100/1000 as is the router.
I am not opposed to getting yet another router to try with.
Thank you for your help!