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alchizzy
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3.1 Downstream channels

Channel Channel Width (MHz) FFT Type Number of Active Subcarriers Modulation (Active Profile) First Active Subcarrier (Hz)

159964K1880QAM1024759

 

1024 on a hub4 gig1 -my sons is higher - his is 4096

is this a problem with mine??

thanks

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Potentially yes.

What are your speeds like?


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speeds are ok
could be better on wifi i guess lol
but they do vary a lot from 200 to 500 wifi
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@alchizzy wrote:

but they do vary a lot from 200 to 500 wifi

Could just be wifi.. VM don't provide any sort of guarantee about wifi performance..

What do your speeds look like when connected to the hub via a cable?

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speeds are fine with cable

in fact i have run a 25mtr cable now to downstairs

as the pod will not connect

and i am now on software 21(updated today)

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