Also, it depends on the router. Make sure that the cables are surely snugged in the adapter. Inbedded Realtek LAN controller not. Realtek lan chip fail? It depends on the cable. You are absolutely right, GhislainG. As the second computer shows no problem and detects the Mbpsm the ISP is not giving me the work around.
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Through Windows or directly from Realtek? The other computer receives the Mbps no problem. Herc08 May 5, Thanks a lot anyway. Have tried the CAT5e cables, have cold booted the Arris modem several times, but no go. Everything seems in order. You will need at least CAT5e.
Also doing a cold boot on the router can sometimes fix the issue.
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It is exactly as you say. Also did you try safe mode with networking?
Have you ran a speedtest at speedof. If the switch or router port is Mbps, then you can’t expect rrtl8111e than that. It’s nearly impossible to figure out the issue without physical access to the PC.
Is this computer connected directly to the router? Must be something else within the MB that I am overlooking What are you connecting the controller to? Are both connected PCs in the same room?
Inbedded Realtek LAN controller not
Inbedded Realtek LAN controller not. Make sure that the cables are surely snugged in the adapter.
If their connection status displays Mbps, then they can’t download at Mbps. Express Adapter, with same results: Can’t find your answer? Subscribe to our newsletter. GhislainG May 5,1: The modem is capable contrroller transmitting up to 1 Gigabit, so the Mbps contracted are being received and passed on to the computers, yet the one with the ASUS P7P55D Pro board only seems to accept Mbps, in spite of its original components controloer something else.
I generally prefer Cat 6.
It depends on the cable. GhislainG May 5,3: Ask a new question. GhislainG May 5,6: Whenever I ran into that problem the cause was a bad Ethernet cable, but in your case it’s different because switching the cable makes no difference and the modem still detects it at Mbps. Ask a new question.
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My second computer works perfectly at Mbps. Drivers were updated directly from Realtek. Subscribe to our newsletter. More about problem realtek lan controller.