Not sure if this is the correct forum to ask, but I've been signed up here for a bit. Hoping for some links or some reading to help diagnose/solve my issue. Recently I upgraded my internet from a 10Mbps/1Mbps connection to a 20Mbps/2Mbps connection. I swapped my modem & thought it would be a simple upgrade seeing as though the modem (should) have been the only thing limiting(throttling) my connection. Wrong. I set everything up correctly (line into house->modem->router) and was surprised to see the same connection speeds I thought I had upgraded while still on WiFi. I connected a ethernet cable to my modem and saw my new speeds of 21Mbps down & 2.2Mbps up. I started to look into my Router settings and found no indication that there was a cap set in those settings. I'm not entirely sure where to start troubleshooting as I'm not aware of all the specs on all my devices. List of equipment: iMac mid 2011 , 21.5 inch. Belkin wireless router: F9K1109V1 (N750) ubee DVW3201 MODEM (DOCSIS 3.0) - doubt the problem lies here. I'd really like to see the connection speeds in the range of 19-20 Mbps with my wireless connections. Any help is greatly appreciated. Thank you.