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  Reply # 321984 23-Apr-2010 10:19
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Don't underestimate the impact of your own wiring relating to BB performance! Filters, old modems, bad wiring all make massive differences and changing provider wont help you


echo, echo, echo.

I am sure I have heard others on this forum mention this numerous times.

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  Reply # 321987 23-Apr-2010 10:34
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jasebaker:
Previous owner was getting about 2 MB/s download, was syncing at about 5MB.? Immediately got 11MB/s sync and realworld downloads in the 5-9 MB/s range.


Surely you mean Mbit/s, not MegaByte/s?



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  Reply # 322025 23-Apr-2010 11:55
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I don't understand what the difference is?

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  Reply # 322027 23-Apr-2010 11:58
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codyc1515: I don't understand what the difference is?


What difference? With a master splitter?


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  Reply # 322033 23-Apr-2010 12:11
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kyhwana2: Surely you mean Mbit/s, not MegaByte/s?


Whoops, yes!  I should have used the little b shouldn't I

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