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    Speed falling

    This is a discussion on Speed falling within the Sky Broadband help forums, part of the Sky Broadband help and support category; I notice that my download speed has fallen from 2416 Kbps to 1696 Kbps this since I moved my router ...

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      Wink Speed falling

      I notice that my download speed has fallen from 2416 Kbps to 1696 Kbps this since I moved my router can this change download speed. See recent downloads below.

      Your most recent test results
      Test taken
      (up to) Download
      Speed (Kbps) Upload
      Speed (Kbps)
      18 March, 2011 14:20:59 1696 Kbps 637 Kbps
      18 March, 2011 08:18:18 1696 Kbps 623 Kbps
      16 March, 2011 22:29:19 1824 Kbps 639 Kbps
      14 March, 2011 08:18:48 2416 Kbps 638 Kbps
      13 March, 2011 00:24:50 2400 Kbps 649 Kbps
      12 March, 2011 00:04:31 2336 Kbps 642 Kbps
      10 March, 2011 23:18:35 2368 Kbps 644 Kbps
      09 March, 2011 22:32:20 2416 Kbps 615 Kbps
      09 March, 2011 00:11:52 2360 Kbps 647 Kbps
      08 March, 2011 12:33:25 2368 Kbps 619 Kbps


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      Re: Speed falling

      can this change download speed
      Yes, interference on the line can effect it badly. For the best results, you should always plug into the master socket, using a filtered faceplate if you have extensions.

      TomD


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      Useful Utilites

      http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/wifi_information_view.html/ TCPOptimiser /Test Socket

      Note - When downloading always select the Custom install or you will end up with stuff you don't want.





     

     

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