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I am looking in my setup, but I do not see what you are asking. More details please???

    I should ask first if you know what package, or what bandwidth you are paying for.  That would be more simple.

Otherwise , you should be able to see where the ISP has you locked in at.  They call it a " provisioned rate" or something like that .  Who is your ISP?

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