In order to improve the Wifi signal throughout my house, I acquired a WiFi range extender. Obviously, the extender is a little slower than the connection directly to my main network. Most of the devices that use the extender are attached to it wirelessly, but I do have a single computer that is attached to the Ethernet port that the extender has (a "wired-wireless connection"). The speeds through the Ethernet on the extender are better than the wireless. In fact, they match the speed of my main network. The only problem that I am having is that whenever I transfer files to and from my NAS drive, devices directly attached to the network transfer at 100Mbps, but whenever I do it through the device attached to the wireless extender via Ethernet, the transfer speed caps at my internet speed of 50Mbps?
Why is this happening? As far as I understand, I should be able to achieve 100 or at least close to it on the extender since the NAS that I am connecting to is on my network.
Here is a picture of my extender: