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Accsespiont not giving full internet speed

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hey guys! Im fiddeling around with my internet. I have 1 main router that gives 250mbps (made for 733mbps) and then i have 2 routers (made for upp to 300mbps) used as accsespionts and i only get 100mbps from both of this routers/accsespionts. Is ther some option i have to change or something to get 250mbps att both these routers/accsespionts.
Im asking this because if i use a normal switch insted of a router/accxsespiont i get the 255mbps but i need the routers becuse i want wifi att the locations of the router/accsespiont.


I test the speed with only one device conected soo nothing should draw internet when testing the speeds.


All routers are Asus routers, the main router is a ASUS RT-AC53 and the 2 other ones are ASUS RT-N12E . 

 

Sorry for bad English pleas reply!

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There is no way to do this.

The routers only have 100Mbps ports, aside upgrading them to routers with gigabit ports, you'll never get more than 100Mbps

 

https://www.asus.com/Networking/RTN12E/specifications/

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1 x RJ45 for 10/100 BaseT for WAN, 4 x RJ45 for 10/100 BaseT for LAN

 

 

Those "up to x" speeds are for wireless to wireless or to the box itself only, anything over the wire is limited by the physical port.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 hour ago, Lurick said:

There is no way to do this.

The routers only have 100Mbps ports, aside upgrading them to routers with gigabit ports, you'll never get more than 100Mbps

 

https://www.asus.com/Networking/RTN12E/specifications/

 

 

Those "up to x" speeds are for wireless to wireless or to the box itself only, anything over the wire is limited by the physical port.

Ohh! ok thanks i will do that. Thank you!

 

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