How to check the associated/link speed on a wired client
How to check the associated speed on a wired client?
- Please make sure that your PC is connected to the LAN port of your router via an Ethernet cable.
- You could check the wired link speed according to the operating system of your PC.
Windows: 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: Locate the Network Utility on your MAC. It is in Applications > Utilities > Network Utility.
Alternatively, search Network Utility in Spotlight Search. Hit Command+Spacebar, then start typing “Network Utility” and hit return when the application is returned in the search results.
If you want to check the associated/link speed on wireless clients, please refer to this FAQ.
If you want to check the negotiation speed of Ethernet ports on the TP-Link Wireless Router, please refer to this FAQ
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