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Topic # 225870 8-Dec-2017 21:55
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22.17 Mbps down 0.82 Mbps up 38ms ping

 

ookla speedtest

 

Tga - Ham server

 

Standard adsl 2+ or whatever it is

 

 

 

 


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  Reply # 1915466 8-Dec-2017 21:59
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post your line stats

 

will tell us more than a speed test will




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  Reply # 1915866 10-Dec-2017 07:21
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post your line stats

 

will tell us more than a speed test will

 

 

where do i find line stats


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  Reply # 1915867 10-Dec-2017 07:22
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log into your modem and find a page that has all the statistics about your connection

 

 


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  Reply # 1915890 10-Dec-2017 09:03
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mb82:

 

22.17 Mbps down 0.82 Mbps up 38ms ping

 

ookla speedtest

 

Tga - Ham server

 

Standard adsl 2+ or whatever it is

 

 

 

 

 

 

I'm not sure what answer you're actually expecting because it's not really a question.

 

Yes it's perfectly good for the ADSL2+ connection you have, but no it's poor compared to the speed you would probably be getting with VDSL2.

 

 


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