I have tried the Pace and BGW210 flavors with the "DMZ+" or "IP Passthrough" mode enabled and both cut my speed down to 25% of what it should be. I have turned on IP passthrough on the BGW210, DHCPS - Fixed, pointing to the hardwired Eero. Setting IP Passthrough was quite easy. I encountered the same problem that you have solved (https://forums.att.com/conversations/att-fiber-equipment/att-router-with-ip-passthrough-to-netgear-router-slows-internet-download-speed/5eaaee0549d3ca1ef1ac78c6). After I disabled, rebooted everything, then my internal network was much much faster (around 900/900 now). I recently upgraded to the gigabit plan which gets me to about 290 down. .css-dixatk{color:#000000 !important;background-color:!important;}.css-dixatk:hover{color:#141414 !important;background-color:#f0f0f3 !important;}.css-dixatk:focus{color:#141414 !important;background-color:#f0f0f3 !important;}.css-1ay6ky1{line-height:50px !important;}Forums. I reset them to default (which leaves some of them On and some Off), turn off Packet Filter and setup IP Passthrough using DHCP-fixed. A couple of days ago I switched from Spectrum to AT&T fiber 1 Gbps. Seems contradictive, but for whatever reason it works. I setup their network like mine; however, I used Google WiFi for their setup. Start by visiting the. Might I ask you to confirm that you were once getting 900 speeds with the BGW210 and then you weren't? The solution is to not turn off all the Firewall settings on the BGW210. Any product claim, statistic, quote, or other representation about a product or service should be verified with the manufacturer, provider, or party. That's what I was referring to in my original response/solution about doubling my ports. I setup their network like mine; however, I used Google WiFi for their setup. I have been running some tests this morning. Technician hooked it up, verified internet and off he went. Fast-Forward to December 2018. Rebooted the system. I didn't think much about for nearly a year. Not sure what happened...so I switched everything back to the original set up to see if that would fix it. All rights reserved. I have the same issue, but I don't think it has always been like this. I've went through it, changed the channels on the 5g and 2.4g to a clear area on the spectrum, it helped slightly but I have yet to see 60 mps. Ask a question! Needed better coverage, so purchased and installed the 3 unit Eero system. My subdivision was new when I moved in; July 2014. For this message, all testing was done on my desktop which is physically connected to my ASUS 5300; although wireless connections were impacted as well. We bought an Orbi to install a mesh system to replace the mess of a router network that a technician installed years ago. Fast-Forward to December 2018. Use your router as an access point until it’s fixed. It's about the same ratio with the Pace. I set up IP passthrough on the AT&T router (BGW210) to my existing router (TP-Link AC5400) and turned off the wifi. After I disabled, rebooted everything, then my internal network was much much faster (around 900/900 now). There internal network was super slow. He left.... and so did the speed. I know this is an old thread but driving myself insane trying to figure this out as well. A couple of days ago I switched from Spectrum to AT&T fiber 1 Gbps. Enter the Device Access Code if prompted. I've also verified my LAN speeds are not bottlenecked by my router (getting around 900mbps no problem from one computer to another). I configured the pass through by disabling all firewalls, setting the ip passthrough to manual, allowing inbound traffic and adding the IP block on the public subnet area. Hi guys. I had the packet filter turned off (just the default rules filtering ports 80 and 21) and all of the advanced firewall rules off. I have successfully configured my new BGW-210 to use the IP passthrough feature so I can use my own router (ASUS RT-AC1750). For now I'm using their fake bridge mode "passthrough" but looking at the BGW210 I can see it's still doing NTA tables. Wait for 20-30 seconds, then turn it back on. Using the same computer, wired, through the modem is fine, but simply switching the cable to go through my router slows it down by 400mbps. I have already tinkered with the obvious culprits (AntiVirus, hardware acceleration, DNS, etc.). I too have scoured the Internet for a resolve.