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  # 2262181 21-Jun-2019 19:28
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OK so I have one last idea then I'm done. Under WAN do you have Dual WAN option? You could enabled put cable from ONT into same Ethernet/LAN 1 and try that.

 

Don't use WAN on ASUS router.

 




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  # 2262212 21-Jun-2019 21:22
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Hi All,

Came home from work missed a call from technical support, but light was on and not red! Tested 450mb down and 550 up on my phone, guessing my phone cant run 1000mb/s? Router should be able put out that...?

Thanks all for your support and help and suggestions

 
 
 
 


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  # 2262213 21-Jun-2019 21:32
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Excellent. Speedtest.net app is supposed to be best for speed testing (via ethernet) btw.





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  # 2262304 22-Jun-2019 09:17
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Great result, would be good to know what they actually did eg was it the MAC etc just for future. 




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  # 2263568 24-Jun-2019 18:29
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I think I forgot to hit submit on my last post.

Ended up been a mismatch of ID's. They wouldn't go into details but the ID's they had were different to the ones I had.

It wasn't a MAC Lock or a case of provisioning. As they had tried that before.

So I'm guessing something between the ISP/Chorus.


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