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revised Losing 1/3 of my download speed with my new router, any ideas on how to fix?
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comment Losing 1/3 of my download speed with my new router, any ideas on how to fix?
Set it to 1400 on both the router & the desktop and still nothing. I'm thinking it's time to call Linksys or Cisco about this.
Aug
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comment Dual monitors set to “turn of display in 10 minutes” and only one wakes up after moving the mouse and/or tapping the keyboard
2 new Samsungs and 2 older Dells. They were just hooked up with the cables on each machine and then after this we changed them out for the new ones.
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answered Dual monitors set to “turn of display in 10 minutes” and only one wakes up after moving the mouse and/or tapping the keyboard
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comment Losing 1/3 of my download speed with my new router, any ideas on how to fix?
I'm not sure how ipconfig /all helps in finding the MTU as it's not listed for me (Win7x64). I did find this command though, netsh interface ipv4 show subinterfaces, which tells me I'm set to 1500. Another webpage said you can ping with a set packet size untill it fails and that's how big it is, which gives me 1472 then. Manually setting either value in the router didn't change anything though, still missing 1/3 of my download speed.
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