I have a superhub 3 with 200mb speed in modem mode. When I experience a network outage/blip the speed I get goes down to around 90. I believe this is due to the hub 3 thinking my cat 7 cable from the superhub to my router is cat 5.( max 100mb) Normally when this happens I have to do a factory reset of the superhub and the speed gets restored. However, earlier this year the reset didn't work so an engineer replaced the hub. This sounds like a design fault in the superhub. Has anybody else experienced this issue?
Thanks for the information, what kind of problems will cat 7 cables give me?
When I have the problem I have put my router into router mode and tested the other ethernet ports with a 5e cable connected to a laptop, I get the same 90mb speed. Interestly, if I use the virgin WiFi I get 200mb speed, which I should get. Unfortunately, this doesn't have the range I need.