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Originally Posted by SectorNine50 View Post

Exactly, yup.
You have a 100Mb downlink, and a 100Mb uplink. They aren't shared, unfortunately.
In my opinion, a gigabit network is worth the extra change anyway, if you have the means of course.

Thanks for proper reply!

Anyway, seems you got bit/byte convertion wrong too biggrin.gif

100Megabit=12.5 Megabyte biggrin.gif
post #12 of 39
I switched mine to a 100 Mbit port and this is about what you would get.

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post #13 of 39
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I switched mine to a 100 Mbit port and this is about what you would get.
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It's odd how it got stuck at 94Mbit, probably the header? who knows
post #14 of 39
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It's odd how it got stuck at 94Mbit, probably the header? who knows

not really odd, your never or unlikely going to get the exact rated speed.. sometimes you might get in this case of 100Mbps one time 92Mbps and another time 98Mbps.. there are factors that affect actual speeds like if the area is oversubscribed and how many users of the same ISP devices are online, sync speed and quality of your own router even smile.gif
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not really odd, your never or unlikely going to get the exact rated speed.. sometimes you might get in this case of 100Mbps one time 92Mbps and another time 98Mbps.. there are factors that affect actual speeds like if the area is oversubscribed and how many users of the same ISP devices are online, sync speed and quality of your own router even smile.gif

His line is 150MBit though, he just switched to 100Mbit port to try it out for me
post #16 of 39
Yea it depends on the service in your area but mine is always more than 150 mb and that is just what I get on a 100 mb port. Also for you to get that speed you would need a router with a gigabit wan port or a gigabit switch if you have multiple IP's.
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post #17 of 39
What you could do is run Load Balancing for 2 100 megabit links to get the theoretical 200 megabit download and 200 megabit upload.

Also what Router do you have since the CPU might not have enough power to process the high bandwidth WAN Link.

If you don't want to get load balancing since it isn't easy just get a Router that can handle the LAN to WAN throughput with Gigabit Ports.

the RT-N16U can do approximately 150 megabit WAN to LAN
The Netgear WNR3500L can do 250 megabit WAN to LAN
The Linksys E3000 can do approximately 220 megabit WAN to LAN

I have the Netgear WNDR3700v2 which can support up to a 400 megabits WAN to LAN.

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This is what i'm getting now on my 100 megabit port.
With Gigabit i've gotten about 200-400 megabits download.
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His line is 150MBit though, he just switched to 100Mbit port to try it out for me

i get that now smile.gif, but also what im saying is speedtest.net will not give you the same result due to external factors aswell as quality of your own gear such as actual WAN to LAN throughput of the router in this case your internal network and that also shows the bottleneck..
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post #19 of 39
You can't push 100Mbps+ on a 100Mb/FastE network, this goes for local and WAN connections, so yes you will be limited to the max of 100Mbps download, but your upload won't be restricted because it's under 100.

And you wont get your true speed exactly, it'll be in the ballpark though (depending on your circumstances of course [line quality, latency, distance, all of that]).
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Thanks for proper reply!
Anyway, seems you got bit/byte convertion wrong too biggrin.gif
100Megabit=12.5 Megabyte biggrin.gif

Yeah, I'm lazy. I do the math with 10 instead of 8.

I do find that you never end up getting that throughput on household gear, anyway. Dividing by 10 tends to be closer to accurate.
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