I have a gigabit network at home and my ISP gives me 200Mbs download speed but i can only get 100M speed due to the WAN setting on my NBG6615 Router. i have just purchased this as it says it is a GIGABIT router but i can't get my fast speeds. this is on cable and 5g WIFI. i cant find the correct settings to configure this to 1000M what must or can i do?

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  • DHSN
    DHSN Posts: 3
    what abouth you cable its cat min 5e or cat6 
  • DHSN
    DHSN Posts: 3
    edited January 15
    DHSN said:
    what abouth you cable its cat min 5e or cat6 

    its writing on you cable  cat5e or cat6

  • Hill
    Hill Posts: 154  Master Member
    What is your cable type? Some of the cat5e only support 100M.
  • tonygibbs16
    tonygibbs16 Posts: 384  Master Member
    edited January 20
    Hello @Milo425_

    The user guide for your router is available at

    What version of firmware is your router running also?

    If you connect to your router using an Ethernet cable, and then do a speedtest do you get a faster speed?

    If yes, then it could be that WiFi is slowing you down. The user guide says that WiFi with a standard 20MHz channel offers speeds upto 150 Mbps whereas a 40 MHz channel uses 2 standard channels and offers speeds upto 300 Mbps. (Table 13 section 6.4)

    I hope that this is helpful.

    Kind regards,

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