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measuring ISP's supplied speed

Posted on 2006-06-12
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I have a SpeedTouch 536 ADSL modem.  Did a diagnostics at SpeedTouch's website and  under Wan, Dsl there is:

DSL Flavour =  ADSL over POTS
            Reserved Bandwidth (kbit/s) up/down = 128 / 256

I should be getting  128 kbps/512 kbps        from my ISP.  Is there a conflict?  
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All test results vary between 220kbs and 250kbs.  Will check with my ISP.
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well if they are all pretty much the same, and you are paying for a higher bandwidth:
have them fix the speed issue & then have them refund the difference from the higher plan to the plan they were giving you for however long it was out
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what's the status???
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Sorry for the delay.  ISP promised to adjust speed but not done as yet.  I can pay for lower speed until adjustment made.  This is a new service installation.  Thanks.
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