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  Reply # 1966174 28-Feb-2018 22:47
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Short answer: RESOLUTION

 

Stuff Fibre (with my persistent prodding) finally, after 45 days of bickering, got a Senior Chorus management to admit that - despite their adamant "testing" showing that provisioning and line speed were all perfect - all along their provisioning had been at fault.

 

Post provisioning correction - download about 95+Mbs - in line with what I would expect from my old 100Mbs max ethernet on board chip.

 

Upload still strangely around 50mbs (expecting 20max), but who am I to argue?

 

Moral: if your service quacks like a pig, its not the butterfly they are selling you.  And being pig headed helps.

 

Thank you for all who helped with advice and comments.Ookla speed test

 

 

 


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  Reply # 1966189 28-Feb-2018 23:30
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Great result





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  Reply # 1966428 1-Mar-2018 11:29
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But they STILL haven't got it rightsmile

 

50 up a bonus for the trouble they have caused?

 

Good result for you, though.


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  Reply # 1966432 1-Mar-2018 11:33
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But they STILL haven't got it rightsmile

 

50 up a bonus for the trouble they have caused?

 

Good result for you, though.

 

It wont be constantly that amount even mine goes from 20 to 50 depending on the time of day.


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