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I recently bought a 15 meter long CAT6 cable and ran it from my router (2 stairs down) to my desktop. I got exactly what I asked for from my 50/50 megabit internet, which was 47.3/76 megabits. So it could handle the length just fine seeing as transmit well above what I normally would need to (but my ISP doesn't always limit upload for some reason).

Now, I needed a second wire up here, but instead of buying another 15 meter long CAT6 I just moved the router up here and ran the 15 meter long wire from the modem to the router and then a shorter one from the router to my PC and second connection.

Second connection is now offline, but regardless of that, it does maximum of 47.3/20 megabits. So the upload is less than it is supposed to. Whereas it shows it can easily receive it, and I didn't add any different cables in the route from my Modem to my PC.

Is there anything I'm doing wrong here?
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[2x120GB Vertex2] [WD6401AALS] [WD15EARS] [WD30... [Dell 3007WFP] [Acer P191w] [TX850] [Silverstone FT02-BW] 
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