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Re: On M200 and getting 40Mbps

Look for a green LED on your network card; usually this indicates a gigabit connection.  If you see a yellow LED you're on 100Mb.  It's the same for the Hub3.







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Re: On M200 and getting 40Mbps

Hi,

Thank you for the tips you mentioned.

I did move the bookshelve out of the way last nigh and checked my speeds and this morning and there was no difference.

As I was about to go to bed I noticed that the green light on the front of my hib was flashing. I thought I would leave iy to see if this was still the case this morning and it was. I switched the hub off and the flashing ceased.

I think I should contact Virgin Media to ask them to reduce me to M50 or M100 (saving up to £10 a month) and I wonder if a wi-fi booster might help (£3 a month).

Cheers,

Kevin

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Re: On M200 and getting 40Mbps

Dont get a booster for £3/mo - invest those monies in your own better quality wireless equipment.

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