The Netgear router promotes high mobility and easy access to the internet. The tussle free router enables the user to connect multiple devices to the network, each having a unique IP address. Sometimes, a poor connection is the biggest headache. Several problems could cause the netgear router slow wired connection. Here are some of the fixes for the issue. Check the cable length: The length of the cable plays a vital role in slowing down the connection. Make sure the Ethernet cable isn't too long and twisted or curled. Limit the connected devices: You might experience drops in network performance when too many devices are connected. Try to reduce the crowd in your network.
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