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Dropping about half rx packets

I have comcast HSI and recently added digital voice. My problems began there.
I was using an old linksys befsr41v2 and it began disconnecting and having to be reset 5 or 6 times daily. I figured it was quite old and needed to be replaced.
After searching around, I decided on the dgl-4100. Its reviews showed it to be rock solid.
Once installed though, my internet speeds slowed to a crawl, like 5 minutes to load a webpage. When hooking a pc directly to the modem, no problem, speeds were fine. Comcast support said my modem signals were fine. Lan speeds between computers are fine.
So I look in the stats of the router, and over half of the wan side rx packets are being dropped.
I suspect the modem is mangling packets, but don't know how to check.

I've made new cat5 for all my runs, and installed dlink nics in all my systems (to hopefully reap some benefit from using same branded hardware).
I'm hoping you can offer me some way to check the packets between the modem and the router to see if the modem is mangling them.

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Proably that bad roghter not best best is linksys made by cisco ther new one n so fast 20 times of any others ok cheak online for yours see if u have a frimware or updates avb for that unit from ther site ok half duplx 10 mb sec still super fast then any network can offer u thx nick

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