Realtek ethernet adapter refusing to be/stay on Gigabit

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  1. Posts : 110
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       #11

    Compumind said:
    See revised post above.

    Yes, I'm still at 100Mbps.

    You just said to set it to auto negotiation if the router was configured that way? I had 1.0 Gbps Full before setting it to auto after your recommendation. As far as I know, I cannot manually change the duplex on the router, unfortunately.
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       #12

    Laith said:
    As far as I know, I cannot manually change the duplex on the router, unfortunately.
    Did you perform the added steps for your NIC in the above revised post? Do you have the latest drivers?
    If you did and there is no change, it is important to contact your ISP so they can go into the router and ensure that Full Duplex is enabled.

    If it is, I would contact Realtek.

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  3. Posts : 110
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       #13

    Compumind said:
    Did you perform the added steps for your computer in the above revised post?
    If you did and there is no change, it is important to contact your ISP so they can go into the router.

    I did, most of that I was doing from the first place as troubleshooting. As for going to the ISP, the ISP isn't at fault here. I can get max speed using 5GHz WiFi no issue. The router can reportedly support up to 4000/1200, so I'm not even close to maxing out what it can handle. As I've said before, I have gotten gigabit to work, it's just something with Windows, probably, that is conflicting with the configuration.
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       #14

    Hmm.

    How exactly are you connecting to the router wirelessly?
    I don't see a wireless NIC in your results.

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  5. Posts : 110
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       #15

    Compumind said:
    Hmm.

    How exactly are you connecting to the router wirelessly?
    I don't see a wireless NIC in your results.

    I'm not connected wirelessly through my computer, it's through my phone.
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  6. Posts : 110
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       #16

    Something worth to mention is that the router picks up my duplex settings as automatic, instead of 1.0Gbps; I think that this might be a clue of sorts?
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       #17

    Laith said:
    I'm not connected wirelessly through my computer, it's through my phone.
    I see. Did you follow the above revised procedure?

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  8. Posts : 110
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       #18

    Compumind said:
    I see. Did you follow the above revised procedure?

    Again, yes I did. I just brought up the subject of WiFi as proof that it is not the ISP's fault, but rather a fault on my end.
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       #19

    Laith said:
    Again, yes I did. I just brought up the subject of WiFi as proof that it is not the ISP's fault, but rather a fault on my end.
    Did the ISP provide your router?

    Wired vs. Wireless = different methodologies.

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  10. Posts : 3,929
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       #20

    Disconnect your ethernet cable and repeat Post #6.
    The NIC needs to show 1000 Mbps.

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