Why am I getting a LAN connection of 100Mbps when both my PC and the router are gigabit LAN enabled?

Answer It sounds very likely that the Ethernet cable from your PC to the router (or switch) is damaged. As a quick test, try a cable from one of your other PCs which does achieve a 1 Gb connection. For ... Read More »

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