Originally Posted by JumBie
What surprised me even more was that when I connected to the router via ethernet, the connection was maxing out at 88mbps far from the 120mbps connection that I could get if I plugged my computer directly into the modem. Does anyone know what the deal is with that? I was almost sure I would be able to reach the max throughput by connecting to ethernet through he modem, any help or insight would be greatly appreciated.
That router only does 100Mbps max through the LAN ports. You need a gigabit router and adapter to reach your 120Mbps speeds.
As for Wifi speeds, that may be a limitation or incompatibility of your wifi adapter. What adapter do you have, and what security settings are you using?
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Last edited by AnonymouseUser; 11-03-2012 at 01:57 PM.