Marcel Brown It does sound like your router is the problem, since it is randomly resetting and you're only getting 80 Mbps when you should be getting over 100 Mbps. When I connect the modem to the WAN port of my router and run the test the DL speed is more than cut in half (120 Mbps DL and 20 UL). The N600 should be able to handle the 100 Mbps easily. Join over 733,556 other people just like you! Source
My router settings are attached. I thought this model had AC capabilites but it really doesn't matter as you pointed out because I don't currently have anything that runs on that band. But I would still recommend looking at routers with gigabit Ethernet ports so that if your provider upgrades to 100+ Mbps service, you will still be to take advantage of that. Now, through my router I get 25Mbps so no great improvement.
Ill try with auto settings and see where that gets me, but I think it wont matter much. Anyway, I hope my NIC's are good, they are integrated ones. Eli Medina Get a clue, My Wife, Son, and I have Macbooks running 802.11ac, Our downloads on Wifi is 47Mbps, but if you devide that by 8, it is 2+MB true
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Marcel Brown I generally recommend something like the Linksys EA3500 as a starting point. D Link Dir 600 Manual Marcel Brown The DIR-655 does have gigabit on all ports, including the Internet port. Your particular unit may be several years old, but even if it isn't, the technology in the device is many years old. http://www.dlink.com/uk/en/support/product/di-604-4-port-broadband-router I appreciate the advice and now I'm future proofed hopefully?
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Michael Balbarin Our current provider is offering 300mbps download; however, our current router (Netgear WGR614 9v) appears to handle 54Mbps. https://community.netgear.com/t5/General-WiFi-Routers/WAN-Port-Speed/td-p/451206 iwlist wlan0 scan iwconfig Also, the name of the network you're trying to connect to if you're not connected to it TheeMarch 5th, 2013, 07:00 PMwlan0 Scan completed : Cell 01 D Link Dir 600 Setup I'm not from any cable company I just know high speed. D Link Dir 600 Firmware This site is completely free -- paid for by advertisers and donations.
Perhaps the issue is with your computer, as well. this contact form he claims its my Router….. Close to the device, now I get 91 MBPS on wifi for a 100 MBPS connection. here: http://www.dd-wrt.com/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=76461&postdays=0&postorder=asc&start=15&sid=84d52a4cb84eb525e20d112acec704ec TheeMarch 5th, 2013, 11:57 PMWell after trying to update the firmware to dd-wrt, I get the following message "Invalid image file. D Link Dir 600l Manual
Marcel Brown The Netgear WGR614 is fairly old and it is possible that device is malfunctioning or it simply can't handle the throughput of today's high speed Internet. I will say that my switch is an 8-port TrendNet-Green and my router is an old wifi-G 10/100 Buffalo. If your laptop can support the 5.8 Ghz band, then upgrading your router may help you get the full 100 Mbps bandwidth. http://pseudoblog.net/d-link/dlink-help.html Marcel Brown Your "trusty" old WRT54GL router probably just doesn't have enough power to handle the faster connection, or it is malfunctioning.
Choose two. D Link Dir 600 Password Reset this will go back to system defaults. is it in any way possible to get more than this (yes, over the 100mbps of my connection) lets say if i buy the fastest router on earth or a laptop
Log in or Sign up Tech Support Guy Home Forums > Internet & Networking > Networking > Computer problem? TheeMarch 4th, 2013, 05:49 PMHere are the results: Desktop > WIFI [ 3] local 192.168.0.104 port 40646 connected with 192.168.0.101 port 5001 [ ID] Interval Transfer Bandwidth [ 3] 0.0- 2.0 After wards I cannot able to reach the speed more than 30 MBPS. D Link Dir 600m Wireless N150 Home Router Configuration I chatted with some technicians from my IP and one of them told me that the bandwidth was being divided to the other devices.
The best results I am achieving with the router settings set to what I showed in my 1st post. Good luck! :) TheeMarch 5th, 2013, 07:53 PMNo I didn't set it to manually, it was like that when I connected. He's doing local transfers, as stated in the OP. Check This Out It uses the lion's share of the 2.4GHz band and thus is quite likely to interfere with other things (and be interfered with by other things), but if you want a
I generally recommend a router like the Linksys EA3500 that does dual-band wireless and is only about $100 as a starting point. Calusa Thanks for time and response Marcel. When I look on SpeedTest using the cable, I get about 96 MBPS on the new connection, but on Wifi, next to the device, I get only about 54 MBPS. Try using another know cable and see if it could be bad.
I've heard but not seen that Cisco routers stop doing fast-switching and forward packets via CPU when they're overheating, for example. I know that my wifi-N wireless card inside my laptop was the cheapest one and doesn't even support 75Mbps.