I have just upgraded my ISP to the latest Virgin Media (VM) offering which gives just over 1.1Gbps/50Mbps connection speeds. The supplied router comes with 4 x 1 gigabit ports as well as WiFi 5? It does not have a 10Gbe connection and it can be operated in Modem Only mode that would limit it to one port. A single connection direct to the router tops out at around the 930Mbps or so mark in line with expectations. I am the point where I am considering upgrading parts of my core network to 10Gbps and would ideally like to have the full bandwidth available from my ISP. I realise it might not be possible to do it for one client but across a number of them, I should not be losing 200+Mbps. Anybody solved a similar problem and got any advice to pass on, please? Initial thoughts are: 1) Upgrade my current Dual WAN router to a different model capable of the desired throughput (my current one bottlenecks at around 700Mbps). Leave the VM in normal mode with 2 connections to it one to each WAN port. The Dual WAN router could then use link aggregation back to a main switch across 2 x 1 gigabit links 2) Build a custom Pfsense firewall (or similar) with 2 x 1 gigabit connections and 1 x 10 gigabit connection, with the 2 x 1 gigabit connections connected to VM router and the 10 gigabit back to a 10gigabit core switch 3) Don't think I can achieve more than 930Mbps in modem only mode? 4) Segment the network up a bit more so that I have multiple smaller switches\VLANs to spread the load across the 4 x 1 gigabit ports on the VM router but then normal internal LAN traffic would be competing with Internet traffic - I lose control over my network that way. Any other options or ideas I should consider?