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OK, so the thing is I have a Optic fibre wifi that gives round 200Mbps at the modem+router but the problem is the modem range is only for 1 room, so I use a router Tp-link Archer C-60 to extend the network but the network speed downgrades to 90mbps when reaching the router through a Cat-6 cable so what should be done in that case?

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Are you sure it's actually fiber? DSL can nearly hit 200Mbps. I've never heard of fiber that wasn't at least 1Gbps. Also, a network extender will basically halve your bandwidth, that's why they've fallen out of favor. You need a mesh solution or just a competent WiFi router. Even the 5GHz band should be able to punch through a few interior walls, unless they're made of steel. If your router can't cover more than one room, it's a piece of shight.

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