said by ReeG:
Hey guys, try resetting your modems and see if it does anything for you. I was getting under 10mbps and after a reset it's gone back up to over 30
I have seen this happen. It's actually not the modem that needs to reboot but need to a DHCP release and renew on the router or PC connected.
I've called teksavvy before about this and they don;t what it is and asked me use my service without the router for a week but thats not reasonable in my home.
The behavior stopped now though. It used to drop speed every few days. The DHCP release/renew would bring it up to full. Probably Rogers doing it (dunno if intended or not).