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DickBruno

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I'm trying to find "good quality", Gigabit LAN, 802.11n that can handle
FiOS (20/20 or 50/50) speeds. I have the Cisco/Linksys "Small Business"
WRVS4400N but I'm only getting 4/10 out of it with a solid 20/20 in!

Thanks for your help!
Dick
 
I'm trying to find "good quality", Gigabit LAN, 802.11n that can handle
FiOS (20/20 or 50/50) speeds. I have the Cisco/Linksys "Small Business"
WRVS4400N but I'm only getting 4/10 out of it with a solid 20/20 in!

Thanks for your help!
Dick
Your router should do fine with FiOS, it's WAN port is gigabit capable, you may need to turn off auto speed setting for WAN and set to at least 100Mb or 1Gb or the MTU value is too low(or too high; Verizon FiOS requires 1492 MTU for its network), could possibly get some help from your ISP as to the needed MTU value to set. GL :)
 
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