Bandwidth reduction with RVS4000 from 100Mps to 20 Mps
I recently upgraded my internet connection to 100Mps. Running a speed test (www.speedtest.net) revealed that the bandwidth was, indeed, only 20 Mps, which was reason to investigate further.
Directly after the provider's modem (PC connected through cable with modem), I get full 100Mps. If I attach the same cable to my Linksys RVS4000 Router, I only get about 20 Mps per port (4x). Is this normal? What can I do to increase bandwidth on the LAN ports?
MaxFrame is 1580, connection shown to be 100Mbit Full Duplex on the LAN port, 1000 Mbit Full Duplex on the WAN port.
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