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Asus 68 Router Only Getting 200/250 Mbps, Was Getting 900/800 Mbps

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Aminp
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Asus 68 Router Only Getting 200/250 Mbps, Was Getting 900/800 Mbps

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I’ve configure my ASUS 68 router and was getting 900/800Mbps speeds wired. However over the last couple months I’ve not been able to get over 200/250Mbps. Nothing has changed on my side same ont, moca, and router. When i originally setup the ASUS 68 router I couldnt get over 400/400 but managed to resolve by turning on hardware (NAT) acceleration. Trying to figure out what to do to get speeds back to what they were. Verizon just keep pushing their 3100 router when i call for support

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Do you have QoS, or IPv6 enabled on the ASUS router? Either one of these features will disable "Level 2" Hardware acceleration on the RT-AC68U. Level 1 Hardware Acceleration is simply "CTF" whereas "CTF + FA" is Level 2.

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Do you have QoS, or IPv6 enabled on the ASUS router? Either one of these features will disable "Level 2" Hardware acceleration on the RT-AC68U. Level 1 Hardware Acceleration is simply "CTF" whereas "CTF + FA" is Level 2.

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IMO ethernet will give you a much more consistent connection then MoCA. Is switching a possibility or do you have a complex Verizon TV system?

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