I have my own modem and router.
Modem- Motorola Sufboard SBG 6580
Router- Linksys ea6500
I have Cat6 cables hooked up to everything.
When I hook my computer up directly to the modem I get 117 MBPS.
But, if i take that same cable and hook it up to the router, which is also a gigabit connection and is hooked up directly to the modem via Cat6 cable, I get 30 MBPS.
Does anyone know why that is?
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You can double nat but the gateway and DHCP starts need to be different subnets...
first one 192.168.1.1 second one 192.168.3.1 but you're better off bridged and in total control of your router.