So I seem to have an issue with speeds on file transfers. I'm guessing it a software issue as the hardware seems to be correct and working.
My home network is setup using an ASUS RT-AC5300 and a Netgear 8-Port Gigabit Switch, all connected by Cat6 Cables. All Computers, including the NAS have Gigabit network cards.
So my HP 420 Workstation reads that it's running at 1 Gbps, and when downloading or doing speed tests I get around them speeds from my ISP, I tested the NAS and checked it's settings for speed as well and it also gets around the 1 Gbps speeds from my ISP. But When I do file transfers internally I am cap out at 112 Mbps.
So I know the network, and the NIC's can handle 1 Gbps, and they seem to do so when using them outside of the local network for downloading from the web. But when used to move files within the network, they can't get pass 112 Mbps.
Any ideas as to how I can get them to be just as fast internally as they are when downloading from the world wide web ?