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  #2680348 25-Mar-2021 13:04
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normanc:

 

Well, OK. Fair that it's off topic. I hope I can find something useful because in the years I've been poking around the internet, I have yet to find anything more useful. I mean, latency and jitter sure. But those are pretty esoteric in many cases.

 

(And yeah, even in the SPeedtest app, if I test via the Vodafone servers, its about half the speed I get with something like Xtreme Networks or Citylink. So its not even down to MY setup. Which BTW is wired ethernet to my desktop, via Edgerouter X)

 

And yet I hear this exact same argument in the 100's of threads on here complaining about speed - never their issue, but it almost always is. It could be also caused by your Edgerouter configuration. There are many, many variables but again please don't discuss it here because it is very off-topic. Start a new thread if you want to discuss it further.

 

ligerzero:

 

Does this apply for slingshot? (i don't even know if they are on IPoE or PPPoE?)

 

Does what apply? You need to be more specific.





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  #2680351 25-Mar-2021 13:07
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Sorry. I used the settings for when i was with Vodafone, but recently moved to Slingshot.

 

It was good for a time, but then i've had uploads just slowing down hard. used to do at least 300Mbps, but now its down to 150Mbps, so i thought when i upgraded the firmware of my edgerouter, something happened to the settings? i didn't touch any when i moved from Voda to Slingshot


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  #2680371 25-Mar-2021 13:34
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@ligerzero Double-check offloading is set up correctly as per the OP but as I've said Speedtest is not actually an ideal way to test speeds. Start a new thread if you want to discuss speeds.





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