Router Resets its speed to 10Mbps

I have a Mi Router 3c and from 25th I am facing a weird issue. I have a 50Mbps connection that comes via RJ45 to router and from the routers port it goes to PC.
Now the issue is that the router/routers automatically cap themselves to 10Mbps overwall bandwidth(both on wifi and on LAN/WAN). I thought it was router issue so i gave it for RMA but then my Old TP Link TL-WR841N v9 started doing the same as I mentioned.
Can anyone help me in this matter. Google has not yielded any good results so far
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  1. Have you looked through all the different settings for the router? It may have something to do with how the QOS [Quality of service] is configured.
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  2. rocktalkrock said:
    Have you looked through all the different settings for the router? It may have something to do with how the QOS [Quality of service] is configured.


    Ya, QoS was off. I set it manually to 100Mbps and seems to work fine now. Getting stable 50Mbps minus some Timeouts
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  3. Same problem is happening again even after QoS settings. But when I disconnected the rj45 and reconnect it the speed is restored again. What could the problem be.
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  4. rounakr94 said:
    Same problem is happening again even after QoS settings. But when I disconnected the rj45 and reconnect it the speed is restored again. What could the problem be.

    This could just be a flaw in the routers firmware. Have you updated to the latest firmware? Try looking through the Router 3c section of the Mi forum and you can ask other users if they have seen this problem.

    http://c.mi.com/in/forum-310-1.html
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  5. rocktalkrock said:
    rounakr94 said:
    Same problem is happening again even after QoS settings. But when I disconnected the rj45 and reconnect it the speed is restored again. What could the problem be.

    This could just be a flaw in the routers firmware. Have you updated to the latest firmware? Try looking through the Router 3c section of the Mi forum and you can ask other users if they have seen this problem.

    http://c.mi.com/in/forum-310-1.html


    Yes I tested with 2 routers and all had same problem. I even updated the current TP link firmware
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  6. rounakr94 said:
    rocktalkrock said:
    rounakr94 said:
    Same problem is happening again even after QoS settings. But when I disconnected the rj45 and reconnect it the speed is restored again. What could the problem be.

    This could just be a flaw in the routers firmware. Have you updated to the latest firmware? Try looking through the Router 3c section of the Mi forum and you can ask other users if they have seen this problem.

    http://c.mi.com/in/forum-310-1.html


    Yes I tested with 2 routers and all had same problem. I even updated the current TP link firmware

    Do you have a DSL modem plugged into the router? Maybe it's causing the problem.
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  7. rocktalkrock said:
    rounakr94 said:
    rocktalkrock said:
    rounakr94 said:
    Same problem is happening again even after QoS settings. But when I disconnected the rj45 and reconnect it the speed is restored again. What could the problem be.

    This could just be a flaw in the routers firmware. Have you updated to the latest firmware? Try looking through the Router 3c section of the Mi forum and you can ask other users if they have seen this problem.

    http://c.mi.com/in/forum-310-1.html


    Yes I tested with 2 routers and all had same problem. I even updated the current TP link firmware

    Do you have a DSL modem plugged into the router? Maybe it's causing the problem.


    No, just the rj 45 cable coming from the network switch of the Isp to the router. Btw can loose rj45 jack cause this issue?
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  8. rounakr94 said:
    rocktalkrock said:
    rounakr94 said:
    rocktalkrock said:
    rounakr94 said:
    Same problem is happening again even after QoS settings. But when I disconnected the rj45 and reconnect it the speed is restored again. What could the problem be.

    This could just be a flaw in the routers firmware. Have you updated to the latest firmware? Try looking through the Router 3c section of the Mi forum and you can ask other users if they have seen this problem.

    http://c.mi.com/in/forum-310-1.html


    Yes I tested with 2 routers and all had same problem. I even updated the current TP link firmware

    Do you have a DSL modem plugged into the router? Maybe it's causing the problem.


    No, just the rj 45 cable coming from the network switch of the Isp to the router. Btw can loose rj45 jack cause this issue?

    I don't think a loose jack can cause this problem. If you think it is not the router causing the problem, what are the PC parts you are using? Also, have you contacted your internet service provider about this problem?
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  9. rocktalkrock said:
    rounakr94 said:
    rocktalkrock said:
    rounakr94 said:
    rocktalkrock said:
    rounakr94 said:
    Same problem is happening again even after QoS settings. But when I disconnected the rj45 and reconnect it the speed is restored again. What could the problem be.

    This could just be a flaw in the routers firmware. Have you updated to the latest firmware? Try looking through the Router 3c section of the Mi forum and you can ask other users if they have seen this problem.

    http://c.mi.com/in/forum-310-1.html


    Yes I tested with 2 routers and all had same problem. I even updated the current TP link firmware

    Do you have a DSL modem plugged into the router? Maybe it's causing the problem.


    No, just the rj 45 cable coming from the network switch of the Isp to the router. Btw can loose rj45 jack cause this issue?

    I don't think a loose jack can cause this problem. If you think it is not the router causing the problem, what are the PC parts you are using? Also, have you contacted your internet service provider about this problem?


    Yes, they will come tomorrow to check the connection. Lets see what they say.
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  10. I think that this might be problem with ISP network switch or my cable as two routers of different brands cant have the same issue, moreover the problem is solved upon reinserting the cable.
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