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Wtg624 wireless router not passing speed

My cable connection tests at 25Mb directly connected to my cable modem, but when this modem is connected to my wtg624 I only get speeds at 6Mb even connected to the hardwired switch ports.

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Try different settings. Turning off WMM, disabling 108mbs options helped for me

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This can be caused by a number of issues most have to do with the router itself and not the tablet. First, let's make sure the router DHCP Server is not frozen so take the following steps:
Step 1: If the router is separate from the Cable or DSL Modem, power down the router/wireless, next power down the cable/dsl modem. Power up the cable/dsl modem wait 60 seconds then power up the router/wireless wait 2 minutes
Step 2: Try to connect to the wireless
Step 3: If you have a modem or wireless router supplied by Comcast, Verizon, AT&T or any major carrier, contact them asking them to walk you through resetting and rebooting and updating the firmware to the router/wireless.
Step 4: After the reset and update try to connect, if it fails move on
Step 5: Log into the wireless/modem - let's change the wireless encryption. Go to the wireless settings, change the wireless settings to WPA Personal and add any pass-phrase. Try to connect using the new pass-phrase.
Step 6: If you still can not connect, as a last resort switch the wirlesss encryption to WPA for testing. Try to connect, if this works contct the vendor and have the modem replaced.

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I just got xfinity cable internet that is connected through a linksys wireless g router and a arris cable modem. when i do a speed test at 2wire.com, my speed is only 2.7 Mbps. I believe it should be 16....


To correctly check James, I would connect a computer directly to the modem, and test at speedtest.net. If that DL speed is fine, then I would connect the router, and plug a computer directly into the router and test again. If that number is fine, then you can narrow your issue down to WiFi speed only. All of the ports on the back of that router should be at least 100 Mbps ports. So that should not be the bottleneck. If your speed directly attached to the modem is slower than you expected, I would contact your carrier.

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I need connect a wirelees router a this modem,u help me plzzz


most wireless routers are setup for cable modems out of the box all you need to do is run an Ethernet cable from your modem to your wireless router. you can then access your wireless router by the ip address and a pc hooked you directly to the router.

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I have a samsung tv , and im setting up my INTERNET@TV , it ticks off everything but the Gateway Ping ! Please Help


If the Gateway Ping test fails, then your TV is not communicating properly with your Router or Modem.
To resolve this, follow these steps:
  1. Power off your TV, Modem, and Router.
  2. Unplug the power for your Modem and Router.
  3. Make sure the ethernet cable is securely connected to both your TV and your Router or Modem.
  4. Plug in your Modem and turn it on.
  5. Plug in your Router and turn it on.
  6. Make sure your IP Address information entered into the TV during the Network Setup matches the information from your Router or Modem.
  • If you are using an Automatic Setup (most users), skip this step.
  • If you are using a Manual Setup (advanced users), contact your network administrator to determine what the correct IP Address information is.
7. Run the Network Test again.
  • If the Gateway Ping test passes, but another test fails, click here to go back to the list of Network Tests.
  • If all tests pass, the TV is successfully connected to your network.
  • If the Gateway Ping test fails again, see below....
If the Gateway Ping test fails again, there may be a problem with your network setup. To determine if there is a problem with your network, follow these steps:
  1. Power off your TV, Modem, and Router.
  2. Unplug the power for your Modem and Router.
  3. Connect your ethernet cable directly to the TV and Modem.
  4. Plug in your Modem and turn it on.
  5. Power on the TV and run the Network Tests again.
  • If all tests pass successfully, then there is a problem with your Router setup. Contact your network administrator or router manufacturer for information on setting up your network.
  • If all tests do not pass successfully, there may be a problem with the TV. Connect another device (such as a Computer) directly to the modem.
  • If the other device connects to the internet, then the TV will require service. Click the Create online service request button below to have the TV repaired.
  • If the other device does not connect to the internet when directly connected to the modem, then there may be a problem with your modem. Contact your Internet Service Provider for help on troubleshooting your modem.
(from Samsung support)
Hope this helps. -Sa_Les_Ski

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How to set up my router to get speed by ISP? I have 80/25Mb/sec speed. The router access only 15/15Mb/sec.


Are you measuring while using an Ethernet cable between your computer and your router, or while using your "wireless" adapter to wirelessly connect to the router?

Re-cable your system, to temporarily connect your computer directly to the cable-modem, bypassing the router, and then measure the speed. If it still is "low", then telephone your ISP, and get them to trouble-shoot.

Otherwise, the router is capable of receiving at up to 100Mbit/second, and its "wired" ports are capable of sending to your computer at up to 100Mbit/second.

Does your computer have a "Wireless-G" (54Mbits/second) or a "Wireless-N" (more than 108Mbits/second) network-adapter?

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It's the modem, not the wireless router that is the problem.
The modem must have the proper account name & password for it to work.

Test:
Connect a computer directly into the modem (without router). The modem has an Ethernet connector. If you can't get Internet by connecting a computer directly to the modem, then you will never get the router to work.
Contact your ISP. They may not give you the account name / password, but instead do a service call to your location.

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Internet speed with wireless connection to my router is almost half as compared to when i connect to my router using a cable.


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