Linksys WRT 1900ACS + Linksys SE2800 - gigabit connection problem

Hi guys,.

I have a Linksys WRT router 1900ACS that is connected to a Linksys SE2800 switch. The switch is not recognized by the router as a gigabit.

I also connected a computer with a gigabit network card via a cable, but I get only 100 Mbps speeds. My internet commection is a 500 Mbps. If I connect the computer directly to the router speed is about 470 Mbps.

Is the switch defective?

Thank you!

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andvarga wrote:

For this 10/100Mbps port is displayed.

OK, then you have a wiring problem. Replace the Ethernet cable with a good cable to know who is connected to before 1000mbps.

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