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Stuck in 10 mbps mode

Somehow my unit is stuck 10 mpbs mode. i have it connected to a wireless router. I tried connecting to the modem with the same result. HELP

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This device automatically detects the speed of the device(s) attached to it and adjusts accordingly. There are no adjustments, management consoles or other methods to modify it's behavior. If you can only connect at 10 Mbps then of the following is probably causing it: -The computer or other device connected to the switch port is only capable of 10Mpbs. -The computer or other device connected to the switch port is configured to run at 10 Mbps. -The cable connecting them is damaged or not certified as cat 5 or better. -Some other networking issue is affecting communications on the network. Let us know if you have any other questions otherwise please don?t forget to rate this posting.

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I am running hughes net satelite internet on a hughes HN 9000 modem and trying to setup and configure my linksys E3000 wireless router for two hp laptops on direct ethernet connection to our desktop,...


Are you trying to connect the laptops via wireless? Is that where you are seeing 75 mbps? I am assuming you are, and 75 mbps is really not how fast your internet connection is. Rather, that is how fast you are transferring data from your laptop to the wireless router and back. Generally speaking, this should be a way faster connection than your internet is running at. Chances are your internet connection speed is 10 to 20 mbps, which is good and fast.

It is easy to get the two confused, but basically a wireless connection of 75 mbps is an uber fast connection to your wireless router, and only if your actual internet connection was faster than that 75 mbps would you see any slowness due to that.

Wireless N routers are capable of delivering up to 100 mbps connection speeds, but again that is only from your device to the router. The router then goes to your modem and out through the internet. Chances are that connection is not 100 mbps because of interference, which can be walls, other wireless devices, etc.

One way to test your actual internet connection speed is to go to www.speedtest.net and click on one of the links on the map. This will tell you how many mbps you get to the internet.

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I just upgraded to a ADSL Service 10 Mbps. - When connect either my laptop or my PC directly to the ADSL modem, all seems OK. Speed is around 10 Mbps. - When I connect them (both my computers) through...


There is no problem with your router.In fact most ISP provider sell MBPS but really does not mean you going to get 10MBPs.In your area you will share that MBPs with others.

If you need more help come back.Post / thumbs / testimonial are welcome!

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Internet connection frequently drops netgear wrn2000


Hi
If the Internet connection frequently drops, It could be wired or wireless.
If it is wired connection u can try the following troubleshooting steps
1) connect Modem-Router-Computer
2) Open router UI (www.routerlogin.net)
3) User name : admin , Password: password
4) on the left hand side in the blue panel select WAN setup & reduce the MTU to 1400 & click apply.
if the problem still continues upgrade the firmware of the router.
This should resolve the problem

NOW IF THE WIRELESS CONNECTION DROPS, try the following troubleshooting steps
1) connect Modem-Router-Computer
2) Open router UI (www.routerlogin.net)
3) User name : admin , Password: password
4) on the left hand side in the blue panel select Wireless settings (under Setup)
5) SSID: (user defined)
Channnel : 11 or 6
mode : upto 54 mbps or 150 mbps
Security : WPA-PSK (TKIP)
PASSPHRASE : (user defined)
Click apply
This should resolve the problem.

Thanks
Vineet Bajaj
Sr. Tech support Engg.
NETGEAR

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Internet connection frequently drops, don't know why. Still connected to router, though not getting internet. Unplugging wireless adapter and plugging it back in fixes the problem...temporarily.


Hi

IF THE WIRELESS CONNECTION DROPS, try the following troubleshooting steps
1) connect Modem-Router-Computer
2) Open router UI (www.routerlogin.net)
3) User name : admin , Password: password
4) on the left hand side in the blue panel select Wireless settings (under Setup)
5) SSID: (user defined)
Channnel : 11 or 6
mode : upto 54 mbps or 150 mbps
Security : WPA-PSK (TKIP)
PASSPHRASE : (user defined)
Click apply
This should resolve the problem.

If the problem still persists u can try upgrading the drivers of the wireless USB adapter.


Thanks
Vineet Bajaj
Sr. Tech support Engg.
NETGEAR

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The speed of your wireless adapter maybe up to 54 Mpbs only, check the wireless adapter that you have if it is 802.11 G its set to 54 Mbps only however if your using 802.11 N the speed of the adapter is around 300 mbps of connection.

There's a settings on the router that you can lock WAN port speed to around 10/100/1000

Note: To have a 300 Mbps of connection you should set the wireless settings of the router to WPA2 and AES with bandwidth of auto 20/40

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Running at 10 mbps


There's possibility that the network (router/modem/switch) you're trying to connect has limit to up to 10 Mbps only. Or it can be that the current LinkSpeed of the Ethernet adapter might be forced to 10 Mbps. Do the following to check this setting:
  1. Go to Control Panel> Network Connections.
  2. On Network Connections, look for Local Area Connection (for the D-Link adapter). Right click it then go to Properties.
  3. On Properties window, click Configure button.
  4. On the next window, go to Advanced tab.
  5. Look for Media Type, Connection Type, or LinkSpeed and Duplex Mode.
If the value is set to Auto Negotiation/ Auto/ AutoSense, try to force it to 100 Mbps.

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54mbps is what the Belkin routers wireless signal transmits at! This cannot be altered and is working correctly regardless of other wireless card speeds.

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Netgear WPN824 wireless router


there is no reason why you shouldnt connect at 108 mpbs, so there are only a coulple of things you can try, the first is to change the channel that your router transmits on within the router settings, although this should automatically be done by the router when it comes up against any interference. Secondly try the adapter in a different usb port as USB 2.0 should be used and the port may not be recognised as a high speed port. Double check the router connection transmition speeds is set at 108 mbps; as it would also be able to transmit at a lower speed of 54 mbps so as to be backward compatable with 54 mbps adapters

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