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Problem Getting Full Speeds

Ghost0625
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Hello all,

I have verizon FIOS gig internet and I recently purchased a new router because the Verizon router took a crap. Long story as to why I didnt get a new verizon router so in short my options were to spend a ridiculous about of money on verizon's or get one 3rd party. anyway, I purchased an ASUS RT-AX58U WIFI 6 router. I was told that I should have no problems with this router but it turns out I'm only getting half of my advertised Speeds. I have my ASUS router connected directly to the ONT box and when I connect directly to that I get full speeds. something tells me my router is not set up correctly. any suggestions? 

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Are you connected via WiFi or using a hardline?

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Perhaps backup your ASUS router settings, nuke any QoS settings that might slow things down like it does for some routers. Otherwise reset router settings, and go from there.

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