ATHEROS 100/10 ETHERNET DRIVER

This is the default setting. The fastest way to rule out any problems with anything other than cabling is to connect your machine directly into your modem with a single, proven Cat 6 or better Ethernet cable, and preferably into a proven Gigabit capable port, then check the link speed. That said, all adapters are different and handle shorts or issues with cables or ports differently, but a Gigabit adapter reporting as Mbps is almost certainly a physical issue with the networking equipment. To check for this, check the link speed on the machine in question by following these steps:. Make sure each cable is labeled Cat 6 or Cat7. If you do not feel and hear this, then this cable should be considered broken, and you need to replace it.

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Note that this includes all cabling between the machine and the router, including any cabling in before and after any switches, or on the other side of any wall jacks, and behind the wall.

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When everything is working correctly, this speed will read as 1. Before troubleshooting any further, check the connection of the Ethernet cable into every piece of networking equipment, as well as your computer.

If this is set correctly and your link speed still reads as Mbps, then the issue could be a few things, although it is important to note up front that this is almost always an issue with an Ethernet cable. To check for this, check the link speed on the machine in question by following these steps:.

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Using this method of troubleshooting can be a pain if you are not dealing with a laptop, but it might still be worth doing if you have to decide if you need to call a contractor out to look at wiring behind your walls. Notice that the atherros “Speed” here reads as Mbps. The only setting that is of concern for a Gigabit connection is that the adapter is set to Auto-Negotiate.

You may find that your Ethernet speed is capped at Mbps when your Internet Service Provider, or your internal network connection, should be providing speeds greater than Mbps. If the link speed shows as 1. If you do not feel and hear this, then this cable should be considered broken, and you need to replace it. We have had reports of ethenret ISP technicians telling their customers that a Gigabit option will appear in this athheros if the network adapter is working correctly.

Note that very long Ethernet cords are available for purchase, with lengths of over feet or 60 meters, are available, so if you are involved in a prolonged debate with a technician over link speeds, this might be the simplest way to provide a temporary, single cable connection from your machine to the modem. That said, all adapters are different and handle shorts or etherhet with cables or ports differently, but a Gigabit adapter reporting as Mbps is almost certainly a physical ztheros with the networking equipment.

Unplug each Ethernet cable and plug etherndt back in. However, if you were getting Gigabit using a particular setup and suddenly, with no changes whatsoever, your link speed is now Mbps, then it’s probably only one cable that is now having issues, and it is likely one that is exposed.

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Etthernet if you firmly believe that your Ethernet cabling is perfectly fine, and even if this cabling worked fine before, swapping it out for another, proven cable, or a brand new Cat 6 cable, will almost certainly solve the issue with the minimum of troubleshooting and headache.

If this is the case, you may be encountering a link speed issue. This is the default setting.

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This means that the negotiated connection speed between the Ethernet adapter and whatever ethrenet it is plugged into is Mbps. The fastest way to rule out any problems with anything other than cabling is to connect your machine directly into your modem with a single, proven Cat 6 or better Ethernet cable, and preferably into a proven Gigabit capable port, then check the link speed. This is a very, very common occurrence when troubleshooting Gigabit Ethernet, and it nearly always comes down to one cable being the culprit.

Make sure each cable is labeled Cat 6 or Cat7.