said by saki:
I had no issues before. Was perfect until I disconnected coaxil cable to re route it. I should have powered down modem I think.
Anyway, I'm suspecting after all test I have done it now narrowed only and solely to modem.
Hopefully others that have this issue will realize that it is not their equipment but rogers modem.
Rogers like to say if LAN speed is high then it is working fine. Not true.
Bridge super slow wifi speeds, bridge disabled insanely fast speeds over wifi again. With no other changes then just disabling and enabling bridge.
I'm hoping they didn't mess up profile settings when they upgraded my plan or reset my modem.
It could be that your E4200 router can be defective. Also, does your router firmware has the original stock firmware or do you mod it with DD-WRT?