I had too many problems with superhubs over the years. The wifi was never consistent. Recently I was sent a new Hub 3.0, though some improvements were noticeable, the main problem remained. When it works it works great but constant hang ups and slow speeds were enough for me to purchase a 10m long ethernet cable for my main laptop (temporarily, as I plan on purchasing a third-party router). It's been 3 days now and the internet is working perfectly! Not one problem!
I am getting 166mb download speed, which is a massive difference! Problem is I only get 9mb of upload speed. We take a lot of pictures and videos and have these uploaded but with that speed it takes more time than it should. How can I increase upload speeds manually or if these are capped by VM, is there a way to increase the limitations?
I have already upgraded packages over the years, the upload speed used to be more than what i am getting now. Is there a way I can stick with my current plan and then request higher upload speeds.
I am aware ethernet performs far more realistically in terms of broadband allowances but I have had a whole string of history with Superhubs when it comes to wifi. In the past, I purchased a Tenda cheap router which solved initial problems. When I had the hub 2.0, I had taken an old Netgear router from our office which solved the issues but some time later stopped working. Now with the 3.0 I am having same problems and yet again planning on buying a new router.
since within a cmts network its a lot harder to have large scale upload compared to download..one of the limitations of the network.
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Yeah I feel the same way - i didn't 'initially' realise the Upload limits were so low with the upgrade to 150mb. Cloud storage for me is a must. especially uploading video files and large image files. I guess it's not the end of the world!