Customers may encounter and report that the speed they are experiencing is much slower than expected when connecting to the network using a TP-Link Archer AX50 router, especially with higher FTTP profile packages. This guide offers some practical steps that should fix this problem.Step 1
Login to the AX50’s web interface page, go to Advanced > QoS > Application Priority
, ensure it is on the Standard mode, check if the Total Bandwidth matches that you get from your Aquiss package. If not, please click the Edit button, tap Set Manually
, and input the real upload and download bandwidth (eg: Aquiss Pure 1000
package has a 115Mbps upload and a 1000Mbps download), then hit Save. Step 2
Launch the Device Priority
, ensure there is no device with the high priority (Priority is off/grayed out):
Step 3 Go to Advanced -> System Tools -> System Parameters and look for the option listed as "Internet Port Negotiation Speed Setting". Make sure this is hard-set to the value of "1000 Mbps Full Duplex" to force the maximum speed, as your Ethernet card may have used Auto Negotiation" to a lower speed.