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Graymond

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#284194 6-Apr-2021 17:33
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my ultra unlimited net speed at 16:02, 2-04-21 was 868.23Mbps  on 06-04-21 at 16:20 92.02Mbps and has remained at this speed apart from occasional bursts of high speed.

 

I have reset all, checked Fritz!Box 7490 settings, all seems ok ...help

 

 

 

 


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  #2687358 6-Apr-2021 17:36
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Looks like an ethernet port sitting at 100Mb/s. Check for a faulty cable, and ports in the Fritz aren't set to green mode (limits to 100Mb/s).


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  #2687364 6-Apr-2021 17:42
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My Gb connection is fine

Graymond

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  #2687372 6-Apr-2021 17:55
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RunningMan:

 

Looks like an ethernet port sitting at 100Mb/s. Check for a faulty cable, and ports in the Fritz aren't set to green mode (limits to 100Mb/s).

 

 

 

 

Got the same results on wireless ?

 

 




Graymond

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  #2687375 6-Apr-2021 18:00
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Graymond:

 

RunningMan:

 

Looks like an ethernet port sitting at 100Mb/s. Check for a faulty cable, and ports in the Fritz aren't set to green mode (limits to 100Mb/s).

 

 

 

 

Got the same results on wireless ?

 

 

 

 

 

 

You mention " ports in the Fritz aren't set to green mode " not familiar with that ??


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  #2687383 6-Apr-2021 18:06
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Fritzbox green mode setting


Graymond

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  #2687448 6-Apr-2021 18:29
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Yes that is how my router is set..

 

 


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  #2687451 6-Apr-2021 18:35
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Graymond:

 

Got the same results on wireless ?

 

 

Check the WAN connection on the Fritz then - make sure it is connecting at 1Gb, not 100Mb.

 

What is your upload speed currently - has that changed?




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  #2687462 6-Apr-2021 19:00
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Have you re-powered the ONT?

Graymond

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  #2687472 6-Apr-2021 19:40
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Linux: Have you re-powered the ONT?

 

 

 

Yes, all have been re-powered with appropriate time delays..


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  #2687479 6-Apr-2021 19:53
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RunningMan:

 

Graymond:

 

Got the same results on wireless ?

 

 

Check the WAN connection on the Fritz then - make sure it is connecting at 1Gb, not 100Mb.

 

What is your upload speed currently - has that changed?

 

 

 

 

All connections are unchanged but did pull and replace,

 

current speed   https://www.speedtest.net/my-result/d/9cb84c70-4f6b-49da-bed7-a32f0aaa23bc


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  #2687482 6-Apr-2021 19:55
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OK now call 2degrees and get a job logged for further investigation to make 100% sure your connection is provisioned for Gb


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  #2687483 6-Apr-2021 19:56
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Can you try a few different servers and see if that upload speed is repeatable - if it is, then it's higher than what you'd expect from a port dropping to 100Mb/s. If that's the case, probably need to escalate to 2D.


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  #2687485 6-Apr-2021 19:58
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Linux:

 

OK now call 2degrees and get a job logged for further investigation to make 100% sure your connection is provisioned for Gb

 

 

 

 

Will do, not to sure why it changed, never know whats being done by some of the Chorus contractors working in this town.

 

 


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  #2687534 6-Apr-2021 20:07
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RunningMan:

 

Can you try a few different servers and see if that upload speed is repeatable - if it is, then it's higher than what you'd expect from a port dropping to 100Mb/s. If that's the case, probably need to escalate to 2D.

 

 

 

 

speed tests are all the same

 

 


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  #2687537 6-Apr-2021 20:08
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As @Linux says then, time to call 2D - you've done all you can


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