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Linksys e1200 router slow wired AND wireless


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#1 dragonballz

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Posted 22 October 2016 - 10:06 AM

The problem started a couple weeks ago.

 

- Comcast 75 Mbps service (Performance Pro either 75 or 100... Comcast may have boosted our speed.)

- Renting Comcast's Telephony modem

- e1200 router. N. Hardware V.2. Latest firmware.

- Already called Comcast, not their problem since Modem to PC is good.

- Swapped all ethernet cables to new ones

 

 

BEFORE

Hardwired from modem to PC, got 85 Mbps

Hardwired from modem to router to PC, got 85 Mbps

WIFI from router, got 50 Mbps

 

NOW

Hardwired from modem to PC, getting 115 Mbps!

Hardwired from modem to router to PC, getting 25 Mbps

WIFI from router, getting 10 Mbps

 

 

Thank You


Edited by dragonballz, 22 October 2016 - 10:24 AM.


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#2 Wand3r3r

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Posted 22 October 2016 - 04:34 PM

your router specs:

Ports: 1x 10/100 WAN, 4x 10/100 LAN

 

my suggestion is get a router with gig ports throughout.

 

no mention of cloning the workstation's mac address to the routers wan port.  This maybe a missing step.


Edited by Wand3r3r, 22 October 2016 - 04:35 PM.


#3 dragonballz

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Posted 22 October 2016 - 06:47 PM

But there was no problem up until a couple of weeks ago. I will try a new router to help diagnose.

your router specs:
Ports: 1x 10/100 WAN, 4x 10/100 LAN
 
my suggestion is get a router with gig ports throughout.
 
no mention of cloning the workstation's mac address to the routers wan port.  This maybe a missing step.






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