What's your Internet Speed?


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    no hes just tall.
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       #2372

    mitchell65 said:
    What an excellent quality photo, Brian. Is it one of yours? I assume it was taken from a bridge?

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    I should at least have 50mb DL it started out that way now it's half of that
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       #2374

    brianzion said:
    mitchell65 said:
    Paul1360 said:
    Brianzion,
    Does your speed differ that much all the time???
    Don't forget it's got all those roundabouts to contend with!:)
    ah yes the Milton Keynes roundabouts !!!!



    Roundabouts, surly an accident about to happen.
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       #2375

    yep; we have those roundabouts here too in AZ. Although there are not very many of them at the present time Im sure eventually more areas around here may get them to try switch the traffic patterns a bit.
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       #2376

    brianzion said:
    Paul1360 said:
    Brianzion,
    Does your speed differ that much all the time???
    during the day a little it will, the max i pay for is 70 Mbps on bt infinity option 2.i have just updated my network im trying out the latest tp-link powerline and new router at the moment and have noticed a good and better result. but i have a network problem at the moment the dreaded "unidentified network" saga. just ordered a pci network card to see if this will help i have changed to new network cables checked all the normal stuff etc but still get errors so i think i may have problems with the on board network card.

    That is very odd as I've been with BT Infinity 2 for a while now and my speed varies by about 1 or 2Mb a month and has done since I upgraded to 80/20Mb
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       #2377

    Paul1360 said:
    brianzion said:
    Paul1360 said:
    Brianzion,
    Does your speed differ that much all the time???
    during the day a little it will, the max i pay for is 70 Mbps on bt infinity option 2.i have just updated my network im trying out the latest tp-link powerline and new router at the moment and have noticed a good and better result. but i have a network problem at the moment the dreaded "unidentified network" saga. just ordered a pci network card to see if this will help i have changed to new network cables checked all the normal stuff etc but still get errors so i think i may have problems with the on board network card.

    That is very odd as I've been with BT Infinity 2 for a while now and my speed varies by about 1 or 2Mb a month and has done since I upgraded to 80/20Mb
    ive been with them for a year now i came off the bt adsl so glad i did the overall of performance is great now.
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    JerometheGiraff said:
    brianzion said:
    mitchell65 said:
    Don't forget it's got all those roundabouts to contend with!:)
    ah yes the Milton Keynes roundabouts !!!!



    Roundabouts, surly an accident about to happen.
    Where did you get that pic?
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       #2379


    Nominally 3.0 down and .768 up, it was 2.5Mbps down/0.5 up before I had Verizon come and fix a shorted phone line last week. I occasionally get download bursts of 2.95Mbps. Considering what I pay (<$30), no caps, and how reliable it's been since 2007, I'm extremely satisfied. For the exact same speeds, Comcast Cable charges $39.95 on top of any cable TV subscription. Nooo thanks.
    https://www.comcast.com/shop/buyflow...b422&&Inflow=1
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       #2380

    brianzion said:
    Paul1360 said:
    brianzion said:

    during the day a little it will, the max i pay for is 70 Mbps on bt infinity option 2.i have just updated my network im trying out the latest tp-link powerline and new router at the moment and have noticed a good and better result. but i have a network problem at the moment the dreaded "unidentified network" saga. just ordered a pci network card to see if this will help i have changed to new network cables checked all the normal stuff etc but still get errors so i think i may have problems with the on board network card.

    That is very odd as I've been with BT Infinity 2 for a while now and my speed varies by about 1 or 2Mb a month and has done since I upgraded to 80/20Mb
    ive been with them for a year now i came off the bt adsl so glad i did the overall of performance is great now.
    But still that's a hell of a swing in speed. Yrs as I've said on here I've been in 7th heaven since I got infinity lol
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