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I bought a tp link vr 400 raveter 

I was at Bezeq and received up to about 100mb and everything was fine 

And now I have upgraded to 200 mb 

And I found that the router can only get 100mb

So I called Bezeq and got their rater and it really works on the mb200

But I do not like that they have direct access to my computer and I wanted to do a bridge 

So my question is which routers support

And maybe I really did not check well and my router really supports and should only play in settings?

I would be more than happy to answer .... Thanks in advance

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If I was wrong I apologize and promise to say Eva Maria tonight 10 times.

However, does the original router, which supports ITU g.993.2 standard, do not support 200-300 MB bandwidth?

No. Only supports profile 17a.

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