Hello Everyone. Recently, I purchased my own modem-- the Motorola SB6141. When I connected it to my router, I noticed the "Link" connection was red. But when I connected the modem to my computer, the "Link" connection was blue. I decided to look up the difference between the two and noticed that a Red connection means it is connecting at 10Base-T/100Base-T while a Blue connection means its connected at 1000Base-T. Speedtests seemed to confirm this as well, even though my wireless connection is usually consistently connected at 54Mbps (although I am aware the 10Base-T connection is the bottleneck).
So my question is, now that I am aware of this problem, and the connection speed is significantly slower wirelessly vs wired, would upgrading to a 1000Base-T wireless router improve the wireless speeds significantly?