My master socket is downstairs but I have the Hub plugged into SKY line upstairs for practical reasons. I'm getting those sort of speeds when it is connected into the Sky Line which is connected from upstairs to downstairs.
I will move my Hub downstairs at around 12noon and see what happens.
That isn't good news at all, thanks for the information. I hopw this isn't the case when I move the Hub back to the master socket today but I usually connect it all up and it struggles for signal again on my Laptop and especially xbox (of which I understand as old adapter)
I will try those steps now, as for my devices my Laptop is 'N' compatible as it has a built in Broadcom 802.11n Adapter. My xbox has an old adapter which isn't 'N' compatible but I'm changing that soon anyway. My xbox is 'N' compatible but I just need the newer Adapter which aids 'N' wireless signals.
I just tried you steps and it said none of my devices support the 40Hz so I've left it as the recommended 802.11 b/g/n
ADSL Line Status
I don't get it, the stats have improved correct yet still the signal drops out when upstairs etc. Do you recommend I leave the hub downstairs for a week to stable or anything like that.
Oh one thing that occured when placing hub downstairs, the signal dropped out and BT dektop help advised to press WPS button in doing so the light went from flashing orange to a constant read for 2 minutes or so then steady blue.