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Slow internet. Can an older model Linksys NH 1005 cause the internet to be slow if phone company has installed new fiber optic connections to my house? Hub runs from router to computers. Problem is new. I want to know if the hub can be the problem before I replace it.

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Your hub can support more that fiber optic puts out. Problem might be a slow computer. Run a internet speed test see what it gets through hub and then straight to the computer bypassing the hub. If possible. If there is a big difference either way what ever is slower is most likley the issue.

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