My ASUS 68U show wan 100 full duplex, but lan1 1000 full duplex

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  1. llarsx

    llarsx Getting the hang of it

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    Have a look on the Picture

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    My ASUS is second router - after a wireless broadband router. The ASUS is my wifi-router and is also setup as a VPN-server (for my camera etc.).

    I just wonder if I should change anything with my Ethernet Ports? Lan1 goes to a wlink (nanobeam), Lan2 goes to the security/alarm provider, Lan3 is to my camera. It seems strange that I have 1000 full duplex after the wan.

    Am I right when I think either the Asus or the Wireless Broadband router can not go higher than 100 full duplex? Second, does this mean that Lan1 is "downgraded" to 100 full duplex (cannot get more than 100)?
     
  2. SouthernYankee

    SouthernYankee IPCT Contributor

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    No change is necessary this is normal.
    The LAN speed are 1000 Mbps. the Wan speed is a lot slower. As there is only one lan at 1000Mbps, there will be no 1000Mps through traffic on the router, the router will buffer for speed changes.
     
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  3. llarsx

    llarsx Getting the hang of it

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    Thanks, Southern Yankee

    Great to be sure.