I have done a speedtest.net and getting maximum 80 megs instead of 100. I used a good network cable into back of router with my laptop.
As per your speed instructions find below Downstream, Upstream and Network Log. Please help?
For Information it does also seem to jump a lot the speed. Was getting only 40-50meg.
Ranged Upstream Channel (Hz)
Channel Frequency (Hz) Power (dBmV) SNR (dB) Modulation Channel ID
Downstream bonded channels
Channel Locked Status RxMER (dB) Pre RS Errors Post RS Errors
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Has your laptop got a gigabit enabled network card or just the 10/100 one. Check in laptop settings. If the latter you wont get the maximum speeds.
hi there, laptop is 10 100 1000 so should be okay.
hi, no difference.
Your laptop may be capable of 1000 connection, but that doesn't mean that is actually connected at 1000. Check in the Windows Network settings to see how it is actually connected.
hi there, apologies for late reply.
have now checked and setting is 1gbps. I have done multiple speedtest.net and maximum 85. but anything from 70
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@livingstond wrote:hi there, apologies for late reply.have now checked and setting is 1gbps. I have done multiple speedtest.net and maximum 85. but anything from 70
Any powerline adapters in the circuit? I would ask a friend or family member with another laptop and Cat6a cable, to come in for a cuppa and test the connection on that - just for comparison.
Did you try different browsers? - some users have noticed slow speeds on Chrome.
Is your laptop a Dell ?
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lots of help - not sure of the links from VM - maybe they could be a little more proactive instead of - hows it now
anyway as far as i can see no one has asked about your lan cable cat5 can limit you to 80 meg'ish - same if a better spec cable is damaged - so try a different lan cable - cat5e or better