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  • Started 3 years ago by IoanDutu
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IoanDutu
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My ISP is RDS (Romanian Data Systems) and if i have there cable connected directly to my laptop, i have download speed of 11 MB/s, but if i connect through a router my download speed is just 10% of that. I made a trace and saw that it took 11 points to reach www.google.com (when i'm connected directly) and 12 when i go through the router. They most certanly cut the band when the ping/trace has a difference of 1 point. They probably do this to preserve the band limits. How can i connect through a router and make the system think i'm connected directly ? So that i can have the same band that i pay for, not just 10% of it? Can you please help?
My router is : TP-LINK 300M Wireless N Router Model No. TL-WR941ND
Now i know that in order to make this bypass i can install the Linux version of the router, but i don't know the steps in order to do that. Is there any other way in order to do this that is simpler? Thank you very much in advance and have a pleasent evening

Posted 3 years ago
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StringJunky
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I would think it's your router/pc that is the bottleneck...one of the two is not configured optimally. They would restrict you from their end not yours.

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