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RV042G bottlenecking on 250MB service.

dlcoleman
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I have  RV042G with firmware v4.2.2.08 (Apr 26 2013 19:12:26). We recently had our ISP remove the 8x T1 service and install a 250MB fiber service. After the installation, when directly connected to their equipment, a speedtest is ran and 250MB speeds are accomplished. When I connected their equipment to our equipment (RV042G), we see 150MB speeds and we tested this directly off a LAN port, same cable and laptop. I have reset the RV042G to default settings, as we had lots of bandwidth configurations to try and manage the T1 service.

 

Is there something I need to change in our equipment (RV042G) to get the ISP provided speeds of 250MB?

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dlcoleman
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Hold up Peoples of Cisco. I updated the firmware to the latest available and the speeds delivered by the ISP are the speeds we are getting inside our network.

 

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dlcoleman
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Hold up Peoples of Cisco. I updated the firmware to the latest available and the speeds delivered by the ISP are the speeds we are getting inside our network.

 

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balaji.bandi
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You should get more than that  as per the below test (worth updating firmware and test - if that is not the latest firmware)

 

https://www.smallnetbuilder.com/archives/lanwan/lanwan-reviews/31826-cisco-rv042g-dual-gigabit-wan-vpn-router-reviewed?start=1

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Balaji.bandi,

 

Thank you for the reply and helpful website to look at my configurations. Once I updated the firmware, the speeds delivered by the ISP are the speeds I am able to achieve when looking outward to the intertubes. Internally, I am able to get much faster speeds but that was never the issue.

 

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Glad all good , thank you for the feedback.

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