How to check the associated/link speed on a wired client

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Updated 10-13-2023 05:43:49 AM 54431

How to check the associated speed on a wired client

1. Please make sure that your PC is connected to the LAN port of your router via an Ethernet cable.

2. You could check the wired link speed according to the operating system of your PC.

Windows:

Press Windows key + “R”->type in “ncpa.cpl”->right click the “Local Area Connection/Ethernet”->Status.

The speed which you can see is the wired link speed on your Windows PC.

Mac OS:

1. On your Mac, choose Apple menu https://help.apple.com/assets/642601949698396B0B0C2097/6426019B9698396B0B0C20AF/en_US/2f77cc85238452e25cb517130188bf99.png > System Settings, then click Network https://help.apple.com/assets/642601949698396B0B0C2097/6426019B9698396B0B0C20AF/en_US/8cfb53953fdf6e7e49ac94510557df95.png in the sidebar. (You may need to scroll down.) On the right, click the Ethernet service https://help.apple.com/assets/642601949698396B0B0C2097/6426019B9698396B0B0C20AF/en_US/c6dc912729de31c08040b0f46238198e.png, then click Details.

2. Go to Hardware and you will find the speed information which is the Ethernet link speed of MAC.

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