So I have an intenet connection that lets me use 600Mbs initially when I plug in my ethernet cable I can see 1 Gbps connection speed (in ethernet status window). The issue is that I can see that every now and then 5-10 min I see duration reset (in ethernet status window) and usually on the first reset (some times on the second one) speed switches to 100Mbps and now I have max speed of 10MBs for the love of god I dug through google left and right, can some one lend me a hand on this one?
Operating sysytem: Win 10
One more addition - I believe that if start downloading something (eg. using speed to its fullest potential after unplugging and plugging it back in) - speed remains constant. Maybe it is some kind of bad power saving thing?
Why I think that the cable is not an issue: Since I can get my desired speed and keep it while I download something I believe this is not a cable issue. - connection speed faints if I don't stress it.
I think we can be sure that this is not the modem issue I have just literally connected cable straight to the thingie that takes in optical cable and converts light signal to electrical one.. to my surprise 100Mbps connection
At this point I am thinking it could be my ethernet adapter my motherboard has Realtek PCIe GBE Family Controller