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Internet Speed Distribution Issues for multiple devices

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themom47

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Have Charter’s Internet Ultra 100 Mbps internet. Issue; 4 Ethernet direct connections and 2 Laptops running at WiFi, along with numerous Kindles, Ipads, ect. Been told Charter modems are not capable of distributing the 100 Mbps to any of the devices except one with out speed/stalls/shut down issues. Also mentioned that there is a device that can be used that would distribute the 100 Mbps to all the direct Ethernet connections to run the 100 Mbps each, along with using the Ethernet connection for the WiFi router to boost the WiFi power. The Charter tech wasn’t knowledgeable about these devices but had heard it was an option for customers with our issues.

 

I have zero technical ability, so desperate for help finding the correct device. Purchased a small Hub but doesn't seem to be working as the tech said the device would. Thank you.


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Natalie Green

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If you use multiple user your speed will surely go down.

It depends on distribution of bandwidth.

The more the better.


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