So I have gigabit internet from my isp. And the way its wired to my pc is from the gateway to an unmanaged switch to a punch panel, that feeds the ethernet lines throughout the house, to the wall jack in my office and from there to my pc. When my ISP first activated gigabit internet i was able to get 990mbps down on all speed test sites. And up until the fall of 2018 i could get those speeds consistent. Beginning in the fall of 2018 i could not get above 100mbps. After months of research and trying everything from replacing the switch, to reinstalling lan drivers for my motherboard, to reinstalling windows, and many many more "fixes" I have discovered through other forums that my isp is limiting ethernet switches to 100mbps. If i plug in a laptop direct to the gateway then i get the full gig download but if its plugged in via a switch i get under 100mbps. So my question is: "Can I use a rhaspberry pi to spoof the gateway into thinking its a pc when really its feeding the network switch so that all my ethernet lines in the house can get full gig downloads?"
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