All those times I rented in the past when apparently I could've had a landlord that was happy to spend £240 - £360 a month providing Internet access. I had to provide my own.
That said, all my landlords had their own property they lived in rather than apparently going between the various properties in their portfolios, spending small fortunes buying Internet connections to them, then moving on to their next one and leaving the contract on the other one running like some kind of nomad leaving expensive, long contract ultrafast broadband behind.
I only own one property for right now, though I suspect I own one more than a certain poster in this thread.
People coming on here whinging, whining, writing utter **bleep** and contributing absolutely nothing is absolutely fine. My signature having a little sass is a capital offense.
Any questions on why more heavily technical people don't use this place anymore? Not a tricky one to resolve.
I'm in the process of writing up a slide presentation on how VM's network is evolving and how it will evolve in the future. Regrettably some basement dweller will pop up claiming it's all speculation and, therefore, worthless, so I won't bother sharing it on here. Sally with their triple PhD can find it on Google Scholar I'm sure if so inclined.
I apologise, OP, for hijacking your thread and will say nothing more on it.
Well after reading through some of your links posts and getting completely confused about who's who and who are the same people just with different names there appears to be a solution.
Whoever Beany is, they are telling people that popular to what I thought was a fairly well-understood concept it is possible to get over the connection speed of the slowest link by simply connecting a quicker connection to it. So the solution would be to get a 10gigabit switch and hook it up to the VM SH4 router. Anytime anybody challenging Beany on this would then be pointed to the fact the 8Gbps trial only had a 1 x 5 Gbps and 1 x 1 Gbps and yet that worked and that the challenging individuals clearly don't understand networking. Or it could be that VM just have a similar setup with SamKnows being able to talk directly to the modem bypassing any issue like this.
Anybody got a technical explanation of what new feature of networking this could be?
The initial trial was to get at least 8Gbps into the home with gigabit WiFi and Ethernet. The Ruckus R730 supports 802.11ax and has the two multilink Ethernet ports for this. The R730 was connected to a Ruckus ICX 7150-C12P switch which has eight 10Gbe ports and the switch was connected to a 10G ONU.
I'm having the same issues as the OP and just wondering if there is anything I can do to fix it?
Using the supplied ethernet cable that came with the SH4, have a modern gaming PC so not getting bottlenecked by the CPU. Specs:
Motherboard is a ROG CROSSHAIR VI HERO, LAN drivers are up to date.
CPU is a Ryzen 1700 @ 3.8Ghz.
I've tried downloading on three different game launchers (Battle.net, Steam & Origin) and getting the same results. Download speed doesn't go above 45. Speedtest and the like are reporting anywhere from 300 - 650. Might get the odd 750+ here and there.
Samknows is reporting 1090Mbps so it doesn't seem like the router is the issue.