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Internet U/L and D/L Sync? D/L-1 U/L 70

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Might seem like a stupid and obvious question but I wanna make sure that I am in the right before calling out my ISP. 

 

So I have a 75 Mbps symmetrical connection. I have been experiencing speed along with Ping/ Loss issues for a while now(almost 6 Months). A few latest speedtest are linked here-

 

https://www.speedtest.net/result/8498464777

 

https://www.speedtest.net/result/8498532370

 

https://www.speedtest.net/result/8498565264

 

So my question is this- If the upload speed is almost 60-70 Mbps as it should be, there isn't a problem with anything physical in my pipeline like router, LAN wire etc. Right?

Coz whenever I contact my ISp they always try to imply that it's a fault on my end, which I am 99% sure it isn't. 

 

And I have recrimped the LAN Connectors a few times, and the Local Executive who visits has also done that. 

 

Again, anything that could be an issue on my end? 


Linus's voice was annoyingly hellish for atleast the first 50 videos that i watched

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2 minutes ago, ddk96 said:

Might seem like a stupid and obvious question but I wanna make sure that I am in the right before calling out my ISP. 

 

So I have a 75 Mbps symmetrical connection. I have been experiencing speed along with Ping/ Loss issues for a while now(almost 6 Months). A few latest speedtest are linked here-

 

https://www.speedtest.net/result/8498464777

 

https://www.speedtest.net/result/8498532370

 

https://www.speedtest.net/result/8498565264

 

So my question is this- If the upload speed is almost 60-70 Mbps as it should be, there isn't a problem with anything physical in my pipeline like router, LAN wire etc. Right?

Coz whenever I contact my ISp they always try to imply that it's a fault on my end, which I am 99% sure it isn't. 

 

And I have recrimped the LAN Connectors a few times, and the Local Executive who visits has also done that. 

 

Again, anything that could be an issue on my end? 

It CAN still be an issue on your end, just this weekend me and a few friends where over at 1 friend's place for a LAN party and had the same issue (on WiFi and while using an old router as a ghetto switch) but once we got a switch it worked fine.  Though if you are just using a cable directly to the router and still having issues I would agree it's probably on their end.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
3 minutes ago, Mnky313 said:

It CAN still be an issue on your end, just this weekend me and a few friends where over at 1 friend's place for a LAN party and had the same issue (on WiFi and while using an old router as a ghetto switch) but once we got a switch it worked fine.  Though if you are just using a cable directly to the router and still having issues I would agree it's probably on their end.

Right, forgot to mention, I connect through PPPoe on my router, but have tried multiple times connecting the direct cable via dialup as well, same issue


Linus's voice was annoyingly hellish for atleast the first 50 videos that i watched

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