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  1. If you disconnected the router and connected your pc directly to the modem you would have to power cycle the modem to have internet access also you can reset factory defaults on the modem it's in the config pages your looking at for the signals if you do that the modem will download the firmware from the isp

  2. There are a few factors the connector itself could be bad you can test that by unscrewing the face plate and disconnecting the line from the back of the faceplate plugging in a new female to female connector and testing also it could be a kink or pinch in the cable or any bend that exceeds 90 degrees can cause noise in the line and reduce the quality

  3. Tp-link version steps are super confusing the archer c8 aka ac1750 which the archer c7 also shares the same codename how about the model number on the bottom of the router

    Reason I ask is because you may need to flash an aftermarket firmware such as dd-wrt to get packet scheduling support after more look into the interface I'm seeing you can only set limits by ip or port and not by packet type

  4. there are many factors that could be causing this it may not be hardware related, first things first make sure the drivers software isn't manually set to half duplex mode or 10Mbps which can be found in your network adapter settings its under control panel > network and sharing center > change adapter settings
     
     
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    if that is already set to auto or 100Mbps then you should be fine next step would be to download TCP Optimizer and make sure the MTU is set for 1500 aswell as the connection set for the correct amount of download speed your expecting to get

     

    if none of that works then you may be looking at either a issue with the ethernet cable or the router or maybe just that one router port

  5. Once upon a time I was having issues aswell I kept complaining they kept sending techs it took about 3 months and finally I had a Cox tech in a boomtruck show up he said he was going to check the neighborhood nodes and about an hour later he came. Back and said he replaced a few amplifiers even though they looked good after that I never had another issue

  6. It's a very hard question to answer because sat can be so tricky not only where your located but simply what sat your using and how many users are subscribed to that sat has just as much to do with it I would see what kind of money back guarantee they have and see if you can use it on a trial basis

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