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I have 600mbps Download when i run the test direct through my modem. With QoS off, the download speed when running my test (hardwired to lan 1 on the R2) is under 100 mbps. is there anything i can do to have my download speed NOT limited?

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On 12/13/2020 at 9:05 AM, Netduma Fraser said:

Take a look at the Device Manager and change it to the table view, are any of the link speeds of the ports limited to 100Mbps?

 
this is what im seeing, my computer is connected to LAN 1

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Sorry to necro this thread, but I'm having the same issue and all my ports are at 1000 Mbits. I've replaced cables, switches and still have the issue. I've also run iperf3 and LAN speeds are within Gigabit.

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10 hours ago, Raikun said:

Sorry to necro this thread, but I'm having the same issue and all my ports are at 1000 Mbits. I've replaced cables, switches and still have the issue. I've also run iperf3 and LAN speeds are within Gigabit.

Can you please go to Device Manager -> Click the three-line menu -> Switch to table view. Can you then please take a screenshot of the top table and send it over?

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15 hours ago, Netduma Liam said:

Can you please go to Device Manager -> Click the three-line menu -> Switch to table view. Can you then please take a screenshot of the top table and send it over?

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As you can see, everything is Full Duplex and 1000 Mbits. Like I mentioned I have new Cat 7 cables everywhere and a Gigabit Powerline Adapter

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12 hours ago, Raikun said:

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As you can see, everything is Full Duplex and 1000 Mbits. Like I mentioned I have new Cat 7 cables everywhere and a Gigabit Powerline Adapter

Where are you testing the speeds exactly? Have you disabled QoS entirely from the Congestion Control :menu menu?

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On 12/9/2021 at 10:42 AM, Netduma Fraser said:

Where are you testing the speeds exactly? Have you disabled QoS entirely from the Congestion Control :menu menu?

I have tested with iperf3 from my Raspberry server to my desktop, and tests show a LAN speed up to 993 Mbps. I have disabled QoS and the issue remain

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7 minutes ago, Raikun said:

I have tested with iperf3 from my Raspberry server to my desktop, and tests show a LAN speed up to 993 Mbps. I have disabled QoS and the issue remain

I mean for the internet speedtests, benchmark, speedtest.net etc? What speeds are you getting from them?

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15 minutes ago, Netduma Fraser said:

I mean for the internet speedtests, benchmark, speedtest.net etc? What speeds are you getting from them?

With QoS Enabled - Through cable
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No QoS enabled - with cable

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No QoS enabled - with WiFi 5 GHz

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With QoS enabled - with WiFi 5 GHz

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These are my speeds according to Connection Benchmark (I have a symmetrical 300 Mbps plan with my ISP)
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21 hours ago, Netduma Fraser said:

Very odd, can you provide a screenshot of your QoS page, Adblocker, Traffic Controller, WAN (DHCP, Static, PPPoE whichever is used), Port Forwarding etc please.

QoS Page:
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Adblock page:
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WAN Page: (Bear in mind I manually changed the MTU Value for the optimal one in my case. If I leave it default, it's even slower)
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I have no rules on Traffic Controller

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14 minutes ago, Netduma Liam said:

Could you please go to the three-line menu in Bandwidth Allocation, do you have Share Excess enabled? If not, please enable it and re-test.

Could you try a different speedtest provider such as fast.com as well?

Sure, this is what Bandwidth Allocation looks like:
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And here's the speed test resulting using Fast:
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And this is the same test using 5 GHz wifi:
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5 hours ago, Fuzy said:

Ethernet intel Killer software or antivirus ?

What is the configuration of your PC on which you are performing the tests? CPU ...

 

I've tested from my PC, my work laptop, my Raspberry Pi server, and results are consistent, never goes up from 100 Mbps, unless connected through WIFI

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9 hours ago, Raikun said:

I've tested from my PC, my work laptop, my Raspberry Pi server, and results are consistent, never goes up from 100 Mbps, unless connected through WIFI

Are you using a VPN at all? If so could you please disable it and check the speeds again?

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