Why are my upload/download speeds opposite of each other when connecting to a reptear/extender as ooposed to the router on which it feeds

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Sep 12, 2021, 4:54:37 AM9/12/21
Good Fiber router model something-200. TP-Link Touch P5 (801.11ac)
router in repeater mode. SSID's of teh repeater are different than
that of the Google fiber router.

Connecting to the fiber router 5G network I get 180-200 down and
80-100 up.

When I connect to the 5G network on the repeater I get 80-100 down
and 180-200 up.

I really don't give a shit about the physical speed difference
between 80 and 200... it's just not knowing *why* that's bugging the
shit out of me.

BTW: I dd brick the router somehow. The web server stub was hosed
to, but I got it re-flashed vIA TFTP. And when it came back up, it
was still configured as my neighbors router. It never even factory
reset. It just went poof!



Sep 12, 2021, 3:12:04 PM9/12/21
On Sun, 12 Sep 2021 03:54:32 -0500, Sqwertz wrote:

> Good Fiber router model something-200.
^^^^^^ Read that as "Google". I typed "Evil" and Google
intercepted it and changed it to read "Good" instead. Fuckers.

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