jamjar62
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is this right

Hi All  Is it right that your Infinity speed should go up and down by 10Mbps when you do a speedtest ? 

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plainview
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Re: is this right

Your throughput will always vary, nowt you can do about it.

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ryant704
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@plainview wrote:

Your throughput will always vary, nowt you can do about it.


Shouldn't vary that much over ethernet, maybe 5/6mbps but 10 could indicate a problem somewhere on his line or to the server. You should check on another server as it may have problems or is being overloaded.

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jamjar62
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Hi there i am on wireless does that make a diference ?

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john46
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Hi yes doing speedtests on a wireless connection will never be as reliable as a wired connection due to outside levels of interference can affect speed accuracy
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MBR123
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Yes John is write, I agree, luckly I have a Netgear WN2000RPT on the go, whcih I get the same results wireless as ethernet connection. Everyone slates the repeater but I think its excellent for me, cannot fault it in anyway, a bit expensive though at the time of purchase, wether its the same price now, I dont know, but good buy!. 🙂

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ryant704
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Would never pay for a repeater, easy to make.

 

Get some sticks and plank of wood. Place it where you want and cover it with tin foil best solution ever!

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MBR123
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Are you saying you can repeat and extend your signal with two planks of wood and cover it with tin foli??? are you having a joke or serious? I have never heard of that way in any of my days. Please tell me I'm intrigued!.

 

And how can you connect your tin foil repeater up to ethernet???

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jamjar62
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well i have heard of this when i worked in an electronics firm you solder the wires to the tin foil and then plug it into the socket , not sure how good it is lol

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ryant704
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@reece71079 wrote:

Are you saying you can repeat and extend your signal with two planks of wood and cover it with tin foli??? are you having a joke or serious? I have never heard of that way in any of my days. Please tell me I'm intrigued!.

 

And how can you connect your tin foil repeater up to ethernet???


haha, if you take actual time it will be better than a repeater, you shouldn't judge something just because of it's appearence.

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