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I have recently bought a 48 inch lg oled.  For some reason I am getting super slow internet speeds no faster than 10 megabits at the tv even though I have Fiber internet.  I have it directly connected with cat 5 Ethernet cable to my Internet providers gateway.  I tested  the same cable and port with other devices and I am getting near 1 gig of speed.  What gives 

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Hi, May I ask how you test the ethernet speed ?

Also the ethernet interface on LG TV is limited to 100 mb/s.

If you have netflix you can test your internet speed from within neflix.

On my LG Oled C7 I connected a usb 3 ethernet adapter. The LG TV will say something is connected and you cannot use this ethernet adapter to update the firmware for instance.

But when using netflix or other apps it will use the ethernet adapter.

With netflix testing i have about 700 mb/s now instead of the 94 when using the tv's ethernet adapter.

Kr

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