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    Upgraded my router from a Netgear R6300 to a Netgear R7000 and my speeds have gotten significantly better.


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    I simply did a firmware update on my WNR3500 (gigabit 5ghz Netgear) and the throughput increased tenfold. Sometimes all it takes is a hard reset, most all routers, aside from Ubiquiti, are running a Linux kernel with individual tweaks and UI enhancements that each manufacturer adds on it's own...but for the most part, all routers are running a version of Linux and just like any Linux distro, sometimes clearing the cache and NVRam is good and takes care of problems that have arisen.


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