rudiduc: Ok this is weird. I plugged my laptop into lan port 1 and did the speedtest. Got about 9000. I checked my wireless connection and it's connected at 54Mbps, but when I do a speedtest using wireless I cannot get over 7500. I'm using WPA2 auth.
Just did another speedtest.net with the cable and got 13000. Yip it's the wireless connection that is the problem.
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cws82us: Why on xnet an never had adsl2+ Speeds
I live in flagstaff 1.5km from the phone exchange. and no adsl 2+ speed
But then i look on my modem its looks like thisData Rate:
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coffeebaron: You will never get ADSL2+ speeds with a capped upload
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