Civrel Posted December 8, 2017 CID Report Share Posted December 8, 2017 (edited) I have been having a long term connection problem with my ATT connection. At first, we were on the standard DLS, then after having so many connection outages, we upgraded to U-Verse, which was a little better, but we still could not stream much of anything, even with a direct wired connection to the modem. We upgraded to a faster U-Verse connection (18 MBS). Until a tech would arrive, we never tested at 18 MBS. The highest we tested was 17.4 MBS, but averaged 4 MBS and still could not stream most of the time without out interruptions. The house was rewired with new Cat 5 cable and the modem replaced 3 times. Finally, were lowered to 12 MBS service, but still have signal problems. In the last 4 days I have run 66 tests (and counting) with signal strengths running between 638 KBS to 31.8 MBS. The average of all of the tests is 4.14 MBS. My signal has very high peaks and very low points in the course of just a few minutes or seconds. ATT says my line has no errors. How much does a decent signal vary in speed? I am trying to work with the ISP, but they keep telling me everything is fine, but at times it is difficult to download email. Tests usually include a high middle variance “ Your speed had a 123% middle variance” TiP Summary - Minimum :: 1.06 Mbps | Middle :: 2.56 Mbps | Maximum :: 5.63 Mbps https://testmy.net/stats/?&t=c&l=100&q=41459244972 Edited December 9, 2017 by mudmanc4 Added Graph Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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