all levels are fine - 80 or there abouts is typical of a 10/100 network card and/or a cat5 cable assuming you are testing with a wired connection
as you have had 350 in the past check that nothing has changed in the pc network card settings and try a different lan cable making sure any replacement is cat5e or better - that can go faulty or it may be its just not seated correctly
double check the settings of the card in device manager if its a windows pc - if its set to gigabit then thats out of the way
not much else you can do other than a full hub reset - after that ring it in but offshore are not going to get anywhere other than turn it off and on - so wait for VM here to look and see if theres a known fault in the area
Have you tried this way? Use a new Cat6 ethernet cable (old ones do "go off" and Cat6 is best) and connect it directly to the Hub - which you have put into modem mode (to ensure only your device is connected). Check speeds like that first. If they are still low - then, boot up your device into "safe mode with networking" (to disable any software on it that could be limiting speeds). Run the tests at speedtest.net (try on x2 VM servers) on 2 different browsers one of which is a fresh download of one you haven’t previously used (e.g. Firefox, Opera, Safari etc - there are several reports on here of certain browsers causing speed issues). Try that and report back what you get.
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