I am using a Cisco DPC3008 modem with Comcast which is on their supported list of modems, and it is outputting nearly 100mbps when connected directly to my laptop but through the RVS4000 v1, it was giving barely 20mbps so I replaced it with an RV325 as I needed more ports anyway. I was disappointed to see no improvement in speed but after a couple weeks, it now does not connect at all. I am not a stranger to routers or networking and after trying everything I could think of I finally put back the RVS4000 but I really need all the ports of the RV325 so can anyone tell me what to do to get it working again? Local routing seems okay (I can access all local devices) but it simply does not connect to the Internet, and nothing was changed between when it was working and when it suddenly wasn't.
At my other home, I am still using a Cisco DPC3008 modem with the RVS4000 v2 and it is also slow as above. I want to replace the RVS4000 with another RV325 but need to get these issues resolved first.
Please advise, thank you!
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My network is as follows: Cable Modem -> gigabit router -> WAP4410N AP Aside from the WAN address of the cable modem, everything is static. When the WAP4410N misbehaves, pinging www.google.com results in times of over 2500 ms, if I can ping at all. The reduction is throughput is local and non-local. Transferring a file from one wireless client to another, or to a wired client, moves at speeds comparable to dial up! The same goes for trying to talk to the outside world. Everything else on my network is gig capable. This access point was trouble from the start. A firmware upgrade seemed to fix it, and it has been fairly worry free for about a year. In the last few weeks it has started to have this problem.
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