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Victus13

join:2013-02-18
Campbell River, BC
reply to Victus13

Re: Telus - THOMSON SpeedTouch ST516 v6

Well, I just gave it a try on Speedtest.net

Internet has some major "clunk" when it's on the Speedtouch.

I went from a Ping of 33 to 143. My Down/Up was pretty close to the same.. but instead of a smooth progression it looked like a Oscilloscope image..

... I've been Trolled by Telus, that's all I can think.


jtl999
CEO of Actiontec Dev Team

join:2012-11-24
In the GVRD
kudos:4
Defective or mistake? What speed tier are you subscribed to?


nss_tech

join:2007-07-29
Edmonton AB
reply to Victus13
Well if you are in Campbell River you should have access to VDSL2. You'd likely be better off with the Actiontec connected. If you have the Speedtouch connected the card will revert back to the slower ADSL2+ mode. Now with the speedtouch are you hardwired to it or is there a router / wireless between it and your PC? Do you get the same result testing to multiple servers and what cities are the test servers you selected in?

@jtl999 - He also said he has HS Turbo (15mbps) on the first line of the original post. The speed of the connection in this case won't matter either way as it won't effect latency.