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Topic # 230388 21-Feb-2018 23:15
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Hey Guys

 

 

 

Just wondering, i am not complaining on anything, my VDSL connection, my average download is 17-19mbps, but my upload speed is only just 1mbps, what a big differences on that, surely it is not right or do i just have to accept on 1mbps?

 

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  Reply # 1961919 21-Feb-2018 23:21
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Based on the fact that your only getting 19mbit-ish downstream sync, i'd categorically say, Your on the edge of VDSL availability where there is really only a downstream bandwidth gain. 

 

 

 

It's always possible the line is simply not in a great state but it's hard to comment past that without seeing further details on the connection.

 

 





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  Reply # 1962634 23-Feb-2018 08:07
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Low upstream is often internal wiring, people using plug in filters etc so have you had the proper splitter installed and are using a the correct socket and dont have any dodgey cables between socket and modem?





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