I have about 200 feet of outdoor, gel-filled Cat5e cable running between two Tenda AC15 routers between buildings. Both routers are being used as access points, but I'm having some real randomness in the throughput at the far location (were talking random speed drops all the way down to <1 Mb/s that come and go by the second). Turns out that the link is running at Gigabit Ethernet speed, which I did not expect given the distance and grade of the cable (it's always run 100 Mb/s with previous cables). Is there a way I can drop the link speed to 100 Mb/s Full Duplex via software without modifying my Ethernet cable? I'm actually using the WAN port as a bridged Ethernet port to supply the routers, but they seem to ignore the WAN port speed setting in Advanced -> Miscellaneous when in bridged WAN mode.