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  #2468510 23-Apr-2020 11:39
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allan:

 

As a matter of interest, what router connection speed does your Orbi report as being connected at? Web interface: Advanced / Setup / Speed test

 

 

Just tried that - I got 516Mbps download.

 

Trying on Speedtest.net website, I got 130Mbps


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  #2468540 23-Apr-2020 12:11
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Ebbi:

 

allan:

 

As a matter of interest, what router connection speed does your Orbi report as being connected at? Web interface: Advanced / Setup / Speed test 

 

Just tried that - I got 516Mbps download.

 

Trying on Speedtest.net website, I got 130Mbps 

 

This may not help you much, but I've just checked with Speedtest (web) at this end and got the following:
Orbi: 103.1 / 20.9
Hardwired PC to Spark Wellington Server: 104.2 / 18.1
Laptop 5GHz Wi-Fi, channel 36 to Spark Wellington Server: 82.5 / 17.8


 
 
 
 




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  #2468596 23-Apr-2020 13:08
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allan:

 

This may not help you much, but I've just checked with Speedtest (web) at this end and got the following:
Orbi: 103.1 / 20.9
Hardwired PC to Spark Wellington Server: 104.2 / 18.1
Laptop 5GHz Wi-Fi, channel 36 to Spark Wellington Server: 82.5 / 17.8

 

 

 

 

Interesting - that's very consistent speeds based on the plan that you're on. Whereas for me my Orbi speedtest is different to Speedtest web.


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  #2468687 23-Apr-2020 14:43
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Ebbi:

 

allan:

 

This may not help you much, but I've just checked with Speedtest (web) at this end and got the following:
Orbi: 103.1 / 20.9
Hardwired PC to Spark Wellington Server: 104.2 / 18.1
Laptop 5GHz Wi-Fi, channel 36 to Spark Wellington Server: 82.5 / 17.8 

 

Interesting - that's very consistent speeds based on the plan that you're on. Whereas for me my Orbi speedtest is different to Speedtest web. 

 

I am all of 2 metres from my Orbi for the Wi-Fi test I have to say 🙂


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