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Texecom Connect internet connection speed

Discussion in 'Alarms, CCTV & Telephones' started by Beverly27, 25 Mar 2021.

  1. Beverly27

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    Is the Texecom Connect's internet speed capped at 100mbps? I haven't been able to find anything from Texecom which tells me, but it doesn't seem to allow 1gbps and so I wondered if this is the norm or if mine is faulty. Thanks.
     
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    It's not a question of 'capping'. It connects at 100Mb/s, as many simple devices do. There is no need for it to connect at 1Gb/s. Even 100Mb/s is far faster than it needs for the small amount of data it passes.
     
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    Many of these systems have ancient designs that are passing serial data at 9.6k to bolted on network interfaces, so even the 100Mb/s network will never be fully utilised.
     
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  5. Beverly27

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    Thanks, I just wondered why my router, which has 1gbps LAN port capability, was showing the speed for the LAN the Texecom Connect is linked to as being 100mbps. I had presumed that this is because the Texecom Connect does not allow throughput at a higher speed, which of course might be because it's not required.
     
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    Thanks GalaxyGuy, interesting.
     
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