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  Reply # 2122010 8-Nov-2018 10:18
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So it is 30Mbp/s and not 50Mbp/s?

 

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  Reply # 2122020 8-Nov-2018 10:37
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Linux:

 

So it is 30Mbp/s and not 50Mbp/s?

 

John

 

 

 

 

Correct, it is 30Mbp/s

 

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I work for Skinny, but I don't post in my capacity as a Skinny representative.

 

I check the forum in my spare time, and try to help when I can.

 

To get help from the Skinny team head to https://support.skinny.co.nz/contact.php

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