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ForeverArsenal
Grafter
Posts: 179
Registered: 30-07-2007

Stable speed

Hi
Is it normal for my adsl stable line speed to keep changing every week or so?.

Some times say's stable speed 2000 kbps and I get approx 1950
download,few/several days later will say stable rate 2500 kbps and get download of (now tonight) 2464 kbps.
Any one ?
Many thanks
Barry. :?
5 REPLIES
N/A

Stable speed

It depend what speed you connect at after 3 days its updated. With the weather etc a slight change is normal
ForeverArsenal
Grafter
Posts: 179
Registered: 30-07-2007

Stable speed

Hi mwright
Many thanks for the reply.

I did not know that it changes automatically,thought BT or+NET had a finger in the pie.
Most times I am connected between 3250 kbps TO 3700 kbps but
never get any better download speed than 2500kbps :?

[Moderator's note by James - (sallyandjames): Full quote of preceding post removed as per the link:rules]
cranwin
Dabbler
Posts: 24
Registered: 08-08-2007

Stable speed

Think yourself lucky my speeds are changing by the second are these speed tests anywhere near normalHuh?

13-12-2006 15:53:53 2630.4
13-12-2006 15:53:33 896.7
13-12-2006 15:53:06 1938.6
13-12-2006 15:52:44 5090.3
13-12-2006 15:36:58 1773.3
13-12-2006 15:36:28 3276.8
13-12-2006 15:36:07 4443.3
13-12-2006 15:35:47 1937.5
13-12-2006 15:05:25 1462.5
13-12-2006 15:04:11 3945.4
13-12-2006 15:03:52 3474.9



Thought not!!!!!!
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Stable speed

Is that the Plusnet speedtest? if so forget it..it doesn't work. Why they don't remove it from the site ill never know.
cranwin
Dabbler
Posts: 24
Registered: 08-08-2007

Stable speed

Yes it was the PN speedtest but to be honest I get very similar results from the BT one as well, its just a bit more difficult to paste the results of several tests into a post.

However if I do the "BT wholsale line test" it comes up the same at around 6000 Kbps every time so I know its not my line or the exchange but PN just keep sending me messages saying they are monitoring the fault..... HA!