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bikeit
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Message 41 of 45

Re: Slow slow slow

So if i didnt wnat to use a BT HH5 what other VDSL Modem / routers would you guys recommend?

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Message 42 of 45

Re: Slow slow slow

Stick to the brand names. Netgear, Asus, Billion, Draytek and TP-Link all make good VDSL modem/routers

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Re: Slow slow slow

There is still the option to use the Openreach modem with the HH5 - that's plug and play too.
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Re: Slow slow slow

Update, got a call from BT earlier to see if they could solve the slow speed issue, they done got me to do all the usual stuff reset the openreach box reset the HH3 box and the speeds rose from 0.8mbps to 37.85mbps, so the operater informed me that the problem was now solved which i informed him when i done just what he got me to do the speeds also rose but that the speeds drop after about 15 / 20 minutes, so i suggested that i could change the channel on the hub from 6 to another channel but he did not recommend me to mess around with wireless settings, surely changing channels will not do any harm, or will it?

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Re: Slow slow slow

You can change wifi channel without causing problems



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