I have been paying for Extreme Pro internet (400Mbps) and have only been receiving roughly 90Mbps to 100Mbps. Just had a tech come here and said I was connecting to 2.4Ghz via Ethernet, and then said my PC wasn't capable of the higher speeds. After checking that my motherboard indeed does have Gigabit Ethernet (GIGABYTE GA-AB350N-Gaming WIFI). Going through the Gateway for the router, I discovered that my ethernet ports are only rated for 100Mbps, when the page also states that I have 2 Gigabit ethernet ports. I am seeking a way to gain access to the full speeds of these ports, or if I should get a new box that will support my speeds if this one doesn't.
Just had a tech come here and said I was connecting to 2.4Ghz via Ethernet.
That can't be. It's either / or. 2.4 GHz is WiFi. Ethernet is a direct hardwired connection. Which one are you connecting with ?
Can't see your pic. Since you are a new poster, it likely needs to be approved by a Forum Admin.
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You posted this;
"Gigabit Ethernet (GIGABYTE GA-AB350N-Gaming WIFI)"
That is not your adapter for hardwired... Check your dialog /config for the correct adapter. Sound to me like you do indeed have a 10/100 only port issue.
But you stated this;
" I discovered that my ethernet ports are only rated for 100Mbps"
Your posts are confusing, sorry...
" when the page also states that I have 2 Gigabit ethernet ports"
Those are the ports on the 3482 gateway device. All ports need to be 10/100/1000 for it to work ! And the ethernet cable has to be a least a cat5e one or better. cat6 is even better !
Your pic shows that there is only a 100 Mbps port negotiation.
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