Download speeds have just fell on their face. Anyone else>?

bingo-bango
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I unplugged the modem and disconnected the coax for 30 se...

bingo-bango
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I unplugged the modem and disconnected the coax for 30 seconds and cleaned the copper lead with 2000 grit.

Maybe it helped?

I rebooted the modem several times earlier but it didn't help so not sure.

 

 

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could have just been a blip in the signal. Glad to see it...

shaw-tony
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@bingo-bango could have just been a blip in the signal. Glad to see it's back up to normal ๐Ÿ™‚

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Your results look like you are subscribed to "Internet 30...

mdk
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Your results look like you are subscribed to "Internet 300" (300 download, 15 upload) and are getting 331 & 16.27 -- slightly more than what you are paying for.

Was your processor running at 100% while the SpeedTest was running? If it was, then that could explain the lower results.

Earlier, was something updating in the background? Adobe Reader? Microsoft OneDrive? Anti-virus? Windows Update? consuming some of your download and processor resources? Somebody else on your home network streaming something?

 

 

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