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Topic # 245520 8-Feb-2019 11:33
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I recently switched to Vodafone Fibre Max and these are my speeds. Surely Wired should be faster than WiFi?!




I am using the standard Vodafone Ultra Hub




Wired (Vodafone TV on):


 wired vodafone tv on.png






Wired (Vodafone TV off):






 wired vodafone tv off.png






WiFi (Vodafone TV off):




wifi vodafone tv off.png




Wifi (Phone)





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  Reply # 2174968 8-Feb-2019 11:36
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Have you try the Win10 speed test app?

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  Reply # 2174970 8-Feb-2019 11:40
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How is the network layed out? is there a switch between the RGW and the VFTV/Computer? it looks much like a 100mbit link there.

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Reply # 2174974 8-Feb-2019 11:42
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Have you seen the 300+ other threads on the same subject? These threads have lots of helpful information about how and where to test to


Using the speedtest web page is going to mess the results



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  Reply # 2174975 8-Feb-2019 11:43
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No switch. Basic out of the box set up. 




No, haven't tried the Win10 app, that's just the browser version.

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  Reply # 2175003 8-Feb-2019 12:38
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ok Cheers

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