No what I want to know is if I was getting 36 to 38 mbs out of the hub why now am I only getting 26mbs out of the hub . when I recontracted that was the speed I was getting . I didn't buy a 2 litre to get the performance of a 1.3 A 10 mbs drop is quite a bit and there have been no changes at my end so where have the 10 mbs gone . if the hub is getting 30 where are the other 4
In protocol overheads.
You will never get the same throughput speed as sync speed. Your connection is made up of 7 layers from the physical wire to the application layer each layer has its own overheads and thus slight reduction in speed.
I can only suppose that when I was getting 36 plus the hub was receiving 40 plus so with the hub nicking 4 it was giving me 36 but as it had been stable for many many months it still beggars belief why it drops now
Hi @coleva ,
Have a read about IP Profile etc. here :- https://kitz.co.uk/
This may also help you understand the effects of crosstalk :-