Hi all, I recently subscribed for a 1GBps Fibre plan from my carrier, along with purchasing an ASUS RT-AC87U router to go along with the plan so as to create a home Wifi system. My carrier sent a person to install (more like connect) a 'Optical Network Terminal' (ONT) to my fibre-ready port at home, which I then connect to my new Router with a data cable. The person tested the internet before he left, and he was able to get around 950mbps (download) on Speedtest.net on his laptop using a internet cable, which meant the connection was good. Once installed, I went ahead to setup the router via its IP address, update it with the latest software patch, and my wifi was good to go. Being my first time using a wifi internet, everything seems fine. However, even on my 5Ghz connection, the fastest speed I was only able to get (download) was around 90mbps, never ever exceeding the 100mbps mark, and I had done the speed test 3 metres away from the router. I tried changing internet cables connecting the router and the ONT, but the results remain the same. I don't even want to mention the 2.4GHz connection speeds. I know for a fact that using a router reduces the internet speed that I will get as compared to using an internet cable, but less than 10% of the theoretical speed made me feel as if I didn't do something right. I checked on the internet, and people who used a 1GBps plan were able to pull down speeds comfortably over 100mbps on their 5GHz connection. Does anyone have any tips as to increase the speed of the connection? Is there something else that I should be aware of, or something that I missed out, something that I should've tweaked? Thanks in advance.