I've been a happy Inifinty user for over a year, and consistently achieved 35-36Mbps bandwidth, via GigE cable, and Wifi-N connections.
I recently had a line fault (water getting into the junction box on the outside wall of my house) this was fixed, new box fitted, lines re-crimped etc
Since then (and possible before as I hadn't checked the speed for a few months) I'm now getting at most 23Mbps - generally about 18Mbps...
Nothing has changed in my home network, other than a Wifi repeater - which I have disconnected, re-run the tests etc just to be sure - and still 18-23Mbps...
1. I've noticed a few other HH3 wifi now visible (different channels I've made sure)
How does the bandwidth to the street cabinet work? If others in my street are now on Inifinity, are we sharing bandwidth to the exchange, i.e. explain my drop
2. Should I open another (painful ... "yes sir... " call with the Indian "help" desk - and try and get them to explain I know my **bleep** from my elbow (work for IBM, in networked storage development....) and that there is no point asking me 100 questions about my setup / hardware / whats connected etc - cause it used to work at double the speed
3. Could something the open-reach engineer did have caused the drop?
Any thoughts, thanks
you can download a programme called inSSIDer2.1 and it shows you all other nearby wireless networks
Various things out there :
On my android tablet, you can download "Wifi Analyser" - great app that shows the various Wifi networks you can see, as well as the strength of them.
On my laptop (Ubuntu 12.04) I have Wi-fi Radar (available free on Ubuntu downloads) that shows the same.
Thanks for the replies, I've submitted a query to the forum mods - lets see what happens...