We just moved into a new apartment, and although this issue has been present for a while, it's starting to become more annoying and noticeable. The network looks like this: Internet -> WRT54G running Tomato (I know this is only 10/100) WRT54G goes to: a PS3, a Windows 7 Machine, and a UPS Surge that links to D-Link gigabit switch The gigabit switch goes to: Vista Machine, Server 08 Machine, Xbox 360 Nothing on this network transfers at higher than 10mbps. We have Cat6 running from the switch to the Vista Machine and the Server 08 machine, cat5e running to everything else. The limiters seem to be the following: The UPS has a 10/100 switch inside it, and the WRT54G is running at 10/100. Every motherboard for the PCs supports gigabit. The problem is, I can't get more than 10mbps. The jumbo packets on the Server 08 are set to 9, the highest the jumbo on the Vista machine go to is 7, and the Windows 7 Machine I have no idea what it's running at (not my main concern at the moment lol). Is there a way that I don't know to enable at LEAST 100 mbps, let alone a gigabit? I was going to buy a gigabit router with wireless N, but at the moment it's seeming pointless since we can't even get above 10mbps. Thanks for any help, I'm pretty much lost at the moment.