That's because it's as high as your IP profile is set to. Generally that's due to it being as high as it can be based on what your modem is syncing at. Did the engineer say what the max speed should be?
So do you know why im only getting around 27mb since ive moved in?
Because you have moved further away from the street cabinet serving your phone line, this means that your max speed will be slower than before.
Your phone line that you have now compared to the line you had in your old property may also be of lower quality which does effect the speed you can get.
yes he said we should be getting the same speeds as we did when we lived across the road which averaged at around 60mbps with the same modem. He said when he went to the exchange box (which is only round the corner)i it was set to only 40/10.....which is why he told us to explain this to our service provider(which I did). They then kept telling me I was already on 80/20. Again the engineer said they would say this but it needs changing in order to get these higher speeds . I dont know who to talk to as I keep getting told different things like, you cant have high speeds.......we will escalate your call.......we will re order your service.......you need to pay more money for a higher contract????? really confusing.
Not all phone lines are the same, so it would be impossible to get the same speed as before once you have moved house. It looks like you have been set to the max speed your line can handle.
we only moved across the road! lol and the exchange box is round the corner. plus the house weve moved into is a brand new build with new wiring????
Are the phone lines served by a telephone pole or are they underground?
If they are underground then moving accross the road can result in a big loss of speed due to the lines have to go into a loop and therefore your line will be a lot further from the cabinet than before.