There are a few affordable, consumer-oriented 10G devices on the market, either using SFP+ (for 10GBASE-LR or 10GBASE-SR) or Cat-6A twisted pair (10GBASE-T). Also, "Smartrate" ports are slowly becoming more popular, supporting 2.5 and 5 Gbit/s (2.5GBASE-T and 5GBASE-T), depending on cable grade and length.
However, we don't do product ...
Your connection may be limited by the router's performance. On an older device what you see might actually be its peak performance.
The 8-10 Mbit/s might also indicate a link of just 10 Mbit/s. Make sure that all interfaces are set to Auto Negotiation. Also, the router may just have a 10 Mbit/s WAN port, check its specifications.
TLDR: Its a Its probably ONT or ONR, essentially a modem (ONT) or modem router (ONR) for fibre based internet. Its what I think you are or were getting internet off of.
It shouldn't be connected to your modem. It should be connected to a router. If you have two modems, both connected to your internet, there's going to to be issues if they're plugged into ...
On some router , there is an option to enable/disable device communication inside your lan . The device can ping the router and access to the internet but cannot ping or see the other. You need to check your ZTE router administration website.
You wish to ping from win10 to win11. Ok, good.
But first let's shoot for some less ambitious goals.
Bring up win11 and try to ping the 192.168.1.1 router address,
or try to ping an internet address such as the 22.214.171.124 nameserver.
Having accomplished that you could move on to attempting the same
for win10, and then finally get win10 to ping win11.
The very ...
There's no option that'll do exactly what you want, although "WISP" mode is fairly close and might work in your case.
However, WISP mode is for connecting to WAN, so it won't bridge both sides – the description says that the Wi-Fi connection will be considered the "WAN port", meaning the TP-Link will still create its own IP subnet, which ...
Or could it be my TP-Link router the one doing the bottle neck? because I am almost sure it has no such functionality.
Well, it's not deliberate "speed limit" functionality – it's a hardware limitation. Your TP-Link only has 100 Mbps Ethernet ports and literally cannot go any faster. (It says so on the online spec sheet.)
(That's quite common for ...
In Windows 11, I primarily use ethernet connection. I accidentally
right clicked and disabled it from network connections window. Now I
can't see the option to enable it back on again.
First thing to try is to look in Device Manager and see if you can re-enable the LAN adapter.
However in a comment, you said the LAN adapter did not show up in Device Manager....
The ASUS RT-AC51U router is described in its
The mode you're looking for is called
Bridge or WDS (Wireless Distribution System),
as described on page 53.
You will find detailed instruction in the ASUS post
[Wireless Router] How to set up WDS.
Although it describes also the setting of the primary WiFi server,
you should concentrate on the part about ...
so if i understand you have two internet sources now the primary eth and the secondary is the linux device,
did you try isolate the linux device only by disabling the primary eth ?
also did you try running win 10 troubleshooting tool ?
is the linux device detected as an adapter ? if so try disabling and enabling it
finally if still not working try using it ...
You're seeing an emulated Ethernet header that's provided by the OS (or by the Wi-Fi adapter's firmware; I am not quite sure which).
The real 802.11 header is deliberately hidden from you, and the link type always says "Ethernet" – it's not the OS trying to make management simpler; it's because the specification says so. Per the 802.11 ...
Got a working solution, based on the info combined from this source and two SE posts (Post 1, Post 2).
Basically, to have two simultaneous networks, I connected the devices as shown in the original post, then manually set the "Automatic Metric" to a lower number for a higher priority. In this case, the Wifi was assigned a "2" and the ...