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10/100 router with more than 100 wifi - how can this be ??

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Hello to the experts
In my search for a router for the Partner 300M infrastructure, I came across many routers whose specifications state that their LAN and WAN inputs / ports are in the 10/100 standard.

To my understanding this means that the wired connections support a maximum of 100M.


On the other hand, the router has the ability to reach speeds of more than 100M over Wifi, how does that make sense ?? If he can not accept Of more than 100 from the WAN input?

for example:
tplink archer C20
https://www.tp-link.com/us/home-network ... rcher-c20/

I ended up buying a C6 anyway, but I had to solve the dilemma!

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Yes, it can be.


These devices actually combine three different components: a SWITCH, a radio (WIFI) and a router (ROUTER) that routes the Internet connection coming from the WAN into the LAN. Each of the components is independent, and does not have to be identical at their maximum speed.

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