said by NetFixer: said by Madtown: said by AnonMan :
None can answer that. Some areas have 4 some 8 some 6 etc.. If you're not having speed problems it shouldn't matter anyway
Past few days I've been exp slow speed. Nothing changed on my end, changed no settings, still had the same set up as I did b4.
How about some specifics?
What kind of speed problems?
How severe are the speed problems?
How did you detect/measure the speed problems?
Can you post your modem/line stats?
Are you experiencing the speed problems from a wired Ethernet connection, or from a WiFi connection?
Conditions can change (on your end, or Comcast's end) without any explicit physical or config modifications taking place. A new 8x8 modem is not necessarily going to make any difference.
Right now the speed is fine, but later in the evening it won't be. Sometimes it's fine others its not. I just got on a few mins ago and it's 3:48pm, not many ppl are home yet. I saw some kids walking home when I was coming in today, not sure how many of them are CC's customers (or their parents.) I figure it's congestions but I can't be sure, because I haven't been home that much when most ppl aren't home.
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