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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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