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  1. https://testmy.net/stats/?&t=u&d=11122015&x=14&l=250&q=KAGarver These are my latest graphs. It was exciting to see several tests plot straight over a brief period. Wasn't sure whether this could ever happen or not. I did forget to mention I have a Nest Thermostat which also pulls from the wi-fi. Is this just evidence of wi-fi the way it is, or is it possible to expect more consistency? Maybe with the Ethernet connection I mentioned above.
  2. https://testmy.net/stats/?&t=u&d=11022015&x=9&l=250&q=KAGarver Bright House refunded me for the two weeks it took them to get me up to speed. They said I should expect to receive speeds in the 70-80 range. The last third of the above graph are the linear tests you requested. I live alone, my connection is strictly wi-fi, and I'm using the 5Ghz band (Channel 40) on an early 2015 MacBook Pro Retina. I'm wondering if I Ethernet-connect my 2006 MacBook Pro to the cable modem, what if any affect that might have on those graphed peaks and valleys. Would it possibly help to create more consistency in speeds for my portable laptop.
  3. I've had wi-fi cable internet installed about a month now (paying for 75/5 "Lightning"). Speeds initially from both TMN and Bright House Networks' internal tests were slow. They seem, however, to have picked up after the replacement of my home cable wire and a supposed "boost from the pole." Below are TMN multithread results. Bright House download speednet testings have ranged from 5.83 to a maximum of 85.35, however they don't provide an average. My question: Should my average speed be closer to what I'm paying for (Average meaning ~ 50% of the time?) or do I settle for the maximum listed speed as meeting the stated agreement? What do you think of the nature of the graph itself?
  4. I've had wi-fi cable internet installed about a month now (paying for 75/5 "Lightning"). Speeds initially from both TMN and Bright House Networks' internal test were slow. They seem, however, to have picked up after the replacement of my home cable wire and a supposed "boost from the pole." My question: Should my average speed be closer to what I'm paying for or do I settle for a maximum speed of the stated agreement? Average meaning ~ 50% of the time? https://testmy.net/quickstats/KAGarver?d=10292015&x=23
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