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macluver 18-06-2019 05:25 PM

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Originally Posted by kashix (Post 121341140)
Can share your wifi settings? After switching HE off, reboot the router. Try to max your channel bandwidth on the 5ghz and try again. My Friend is using this. He’s able to hit 500-600mbps on his XS Max. No reason you’re only able to get 100mbps.

And how do i max my channel bandwidth in 5ghz? thanks for the great help.

kashix 18-06-2019 06:36 PM

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Originally Posted by macluver (Post 121345910)
And how do i max my channel bandwidth in 5ghz? thanks for the great help.

You go into the IP address and see your wireless settings under wireless. You need to play around with the settings and see what works best for you. When I got my router, I never configure, only managed to hit 300-400mbps. After configuration I hit nearly 900mbps on wireless.

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macluver 18-06-2019 09:10 PM

Got it. Thanks.

xonix 18-06-2019 09:56 PM

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Originally Posted by macluver (Post 121345910)
And how do i max my channel bandwidth in 5ghz? thanks for the great help.

http://bestwirelessroutersnow.com/wh...-should-i-use/

spectral 26-06-2019 01:41 PM

Able to share how to setup the 5g wifi?

I am able to hit 900+ dl / 900+ ul on cable.
but strangely on note 9 5g wifi only about 100-200+ dl / 400-600+ ul, any idea why the differences so much on dl vs ul?

kashix 26-06-2019 01:50 PM

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Originally Posted by spectral (Post 121458628)
Able to share how to setup the 5g wifi?

I am able to hit 900+ dl / 900+ ul on cable.
but strangely on note 9 5g wifi only about 100-200+ dl / 400-600+ ul, any idea why the differences so much on dl vs ul?

You got disable AX mode? If you no AX device you disable first. After disable, restart and test.

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spectral 26-06-2019 01:54 PM

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Originally Posted by kashix (Post 121458730)
You got disable AX mode? If you no AX device you disable first. After disable, restart and test.

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AX mode as in the HE setting? Already disabled the HE mode, just wondering why the dl and ul can have so great differences.

kashix 26-06-2019 02:06 PM

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Originally Posted by spectral (Post 121458779)
AX mode as in the HE setting? Already disabled the HE mode, just wondering why the dl and ul can have so great differences.

Very hard to say leh. Depends on your settings one.

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xaiobai 03-07-2019 03:15 AM

I just bought this expensive router from M1. I can't get pass 120mb at anytime. I'm using cat 7 lan. Any setting u can do within the router? Thanks for help.

xonix 03-07-2019 03:01 PM

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Originally Posted by xaiobai (Post 121558283)
I just bought this expensive router from M1. I can't get pass 120mb at anytime. I'm using cat 7 lan. Any setting u can do within the router? Thanks for help.

120 MB/s or Mbps ?

120 MB/s = 960 Mbps ( almost 1 Gbps )

kashix 03-07-2019 03:45 PM

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Originally Posted by xaiobai (Post 121558283)
I just bought this expensive router from M1. I can't get pass 120mb at anytime. I'm using cat 7 lan. Any setting u can do within the router? Thanks for help.

You cat6 or cat7 no diff. Router only support 1gbps. How are you testing it?

uncle_josh 03-07-2019 06:13 PM

In the overview below you can see the differences:

Cat5e – Has a speed to 1.000 Mbit/s, 100mhz

Cat6 – Has a speed to 1.000 Mbit/s, 250mhz

Cat6a – Has a speed to 10.000 Mbit/s, 500mhz

Cat7 – Has a speed to 10.000 Mbit/s, 1.000mhz


The big difference between Cat6 and Cat7 is the frequency. As you may have already seen, a Cat7 cable and a Cat6 cable have the same speed. However, the Cat7 has a higher frequency than the Cat6.

The frequency indicates how often the signal can pass through the cable.

At a frequency of 1,000 MHz, 10,000 Mbit / s can therefore be transferred 10,000 times per second 10,000 Mbit / s. 

A Cat7 cable will therefore be able to transfer data faster than a Cat6 cable.

Source : https://www.netwerkkabel.eu/en/blog/what-is-the-difference-between-cat-6-and-cat-7

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dryteletubby 03-07-2019 08:00 PM

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Originally Posted by uncle_josh (Post 121569014)
In the overview below you can see the differences:

Cat5e – Has a speed to 1.000 Mbit/s, 100mhz

Cat6*– Has a speed to 1.000 Mbit/s, 250mhz

Cat6a*– Has a speed to 10.000 Mbit/s, 500mhz

Cat7 – Has a speed to 10.000 Mbit/s, 1.000mhz


The big difference between Cat6 and Cat7 is the frequency. As you may have already seen, a Cat7 cable and a Cat6 cable have the same speed. However, the Cat7 has a higher frequency than the Cat6.

The frequency indicates how often the signal can pass through the cable.

At a frequency of 1,000 MHz, 10,000 Mbit / s can therefore be transferred 10,000 times per second 10,000 Mbit / s.*

A Cat7 cable will therefore be able to transfer data faster than a Cat6 cable.

Source : https://www.netwerkkabel.eu/en/blog/...at-6-and-cat-7

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Speed is irrelevant especially with only a gigabit router.
In practice, a well made cat 5e cable can support 10Gbps speeds at a short distance.

most ethernet cables you buy from a store/online are not even up to specifications e.g using copper clad aluminum instead of solid copper for the cables and in the case of those flat ethernet cables, no shielding, no cable twist to prevent crosstalk etc

xaiobai 03-07-2019 08:23 PM

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Originally Posted by xonix (Post 121565931)
120 MB/s or Mbps ?

120 MB/s = 960 Mbps ( almost 1 Gbps )

Its mbps :(

xaiobai 03-07-2019 08:23 PM

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Originally Posted by kashix (Post 121566566)
You cat6 or cat7 no diff. Router only support 1gbps. How are you testing it?

Using 5ghz wireless with speed test. com


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