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So I dont know a WHOLE lot about internet speeds etc.

My speeds before plugging netduma in & using base provider modem is: 1.5gigabit 
When I plugged it in & set it up, I get 80mbps up, 30 down

That is a dramatic decrease! Curious on what I could try to fix this?

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How/where are you testing the speeds exactly? Have you entered your speeds into the Bandwidth settings in the Congestion Control menu on the QoS page?

You won't be able to achieve 1.5Gbps as the ports only support 1Gbps.

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Hey! Sorry I keep forgetting to check this post! I turned off the QoS to try and see if that changed anything and it didnt, When I do the speed test through the dumaOS, it says 90down 70 up, which is quite the different from 1g! I tried unplugging my netduma & only using my home hub 3000 again, and my speed were back to normal! Any suggestions?

On 3/31/2021 at 11:37 AM, Netduma Fraser said:

How/where are you testing the speeds exactly? Have you entered your speeds into the Bandwidth settings in the Congestion Control menu on the QoS page?

You won't be able to achieve 1.5Gbps as the ports only support 1Gbps.

 

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Don't test via Connection Benchmark as we're still improving how the speeds are reported. What do you get via speedtest.net when connected via the R2?

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Go to the Device Manager, switch to the table view and take a screenshot of the top where it shows the ports please.

It's Cat6 so capable of 1000Mbps.

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Your WAN port is showing as 100MBits, that's likely the cause. Perhaps try a different cable. If that doesn't help, what's the exact make and model of your modem?

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