Achieve Marketed Gigabit Speeds in Router Mode
@dodge-viper Please collect support info:
Amplifi app -> Router icon -> Collect support info
And send it to me: firstname.lastname@example.org
Also, please add some description of your problem and/or link to this thread.
So to get gigabit internet speeds you need to turn on hardware nat within Amplfi HD and have att router in bridge mode?
@punarvasu-pillalamarri Yes, both will work, but hardware NAT is not compatible with PPPoE.
@punarvasu-pillalamarri You have two options - HW NAT or bridge mode. These are mutually exclusive. Of course, you need another router when running Amplifi in bridge mode.
*David Miller 7 months ago
@rakesh-gupta There is no double NAT, my AT&T fiber modem is in bridge mode. The only thing plugged into my AT&T modem is the AmpliFi router.
Yes, I have Hardware NAT turned on and the only issue is that it makes me giddy happy when I see speedtest.net almost hit 1000Mbps. *
@David-Miller What model "fiber modem" do you have? I have spent hours and hours on the phone with AT&T and they claim there is none. I have the Pace 5268AC and you cannot put it in passthrough mode and if you mimic it, it gets wiped out when they push an upgrade. Any help is much appreciated.
Black Series Rebels
@david-miller are you reaching 1000 over wifi or are you hard wired into the AmpliFi? I just got ATT fiber and when I hard wire in I can get up to 950 or so. But I get about half that over my wifi connection.