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    Slow speeds, constant disconnections on wireless

    This is a discussion on Slow speeds, constant disconnections on wireless within the Sky Broadband help forums, part of the Sky Broadband help and support category; How to test your ADSL in the Master Test Socket Check when the faceplate is removed that all your extensions ...

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      Re: Slow speeds, constant disconnections on wireless

      How to test your ADSL in the Master Test Socket

      Check when the faceplate is removed that all your extensions sockets do not have a dial tone.

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      Re: Slow speeds, constant disconnections on wireless

      From that change in figures it is fairly clear that something was taking up your bandwidth.

      Do you ever run torrents, for example? Perhaps you subscribe to an on-line backup tool?

      Your location is good, but have you been able to identify the master socket and if it is an NTE5?

      If you don't have an NTE5 socket, the master socket can always be recognised by a yellow capacitor, about the size of a AAA battery.

      Some new properties have a grey box outside where the main telephone line come in to. Could you confirm if you have this or not too please?

      If you are unsure, please follow your telephone line and take any pictures of the sockets & any junction boxes.
      no because his ping/latency was 48ms like the higher speed result, wasn't bandwith, as the ping would be a lot higher.

     

     
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