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Just got my new service with my local cable internet provider today. WOW, what a difference. I'm getting 5% more than my advertised down speed and a whopping 60% more on up! I actually had a 0ms ping on Speedtest too but their server drops my up to 6Mb.



They issued me a Hitron CGNVM-3589 32x8 channel modem/router combo. I want to buy my own modem to save on rental fees, but I can't find this modem for sale anywhere. Plus I'm not sure whether you really NEED a 32x8 channel modem for 100Mb speed. Anyone know this? Can I expect as good speed results on a 8x4 modem at 100Mb speed?

I also want to ask if it's common that high speed ISP service commonly charges more for unlimited monthly data usage? The install tech told me Comcast, their biggest competitor in this area, does. I am paying $10 a month more for unlimited because they have it on special right now for $10 more, which is usually what it costs to just double it to 800GB. They also weren't sure how much longer it will be on special, so I said wtf.

I probably won't need unlimited data unless I start streaming 4k movies after I get my 4k TV, which run about 60GB each on average.
 
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2.5mbs soon to be 100mbs in what time can you download say forza 7 95gb in a hour or so? It’s going to be from cox cable the only thing we have around here. 4K streaming Netflix and amazon and Apple TV.
 
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Need to work on the upload settings but yea pretty good in my book

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The fastest internet we have around my area is 300mbs but can’t afford that now so sticking to the 100mbs that’s good enough for downloading games online gaming 4K streaming Netflix and Apple TV
 

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HOLY CRAP! more tweaking and a better speedtest that uses 10+Gb connections

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The annoying thing is, no matter how much speed you have, you're still limited to what you can get at the source you're DLing from. I can't imagine what that kind of speed costs brandon.
The fastest internet we have around my area is 300mbs but can’t afford that now so sticking to the 100mbs that’s good enough for downloading games online gaming 4K streaming Netflix and Apple TV
Yeah I was getting into some 4k videos on YT yesterday. Nice to finally be able to watch them with no buffering. Saw some great downhill mt biking vids. Picture quality is excellent. You're right, 100Mb more than suffices for most people, and it doesn't cost an arm and a leg.
 
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The speeds in this thread make me sad and want to cry.... Even though I'm on fibre, I wish it was faster, a lot faster!! :(
 
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The speeds in this thread make me sad and want to cry.... Even though I'm on fibre, I wish it was faster, a lot faster!! :(
What IS your speed phill? No shame, many of us have posted our low speeds. I ask because when I was on DSL, CenturyLink told me for years I can't get 20MB service because the building I live in doesn't have fiber optic cable.

Then I recently was told by some of their staff that you don't need FO for 20MB speed, just a pair bonded modem that can handle more than 15MB. After being promised a bump to 20MB and a free pair bonded modem for the years of misinformation, I wait a week and a half, and still no modem or speed bump.

When I called their tech support back I insisted on talking to an upper tier supervisor. He claimed there was no manual line test like a prior guy told me and instead my line could only handle 12MB. He also said the 20MB service bump and modem delivery were canceled because the field tech whom was supposed to double check if my line could handle it claimed the service order was "blank". This is right after a customer care person verified the order said 20MB service bump and free pair bonded modem.

With CenturyLink you can never tell whether they're just clueless, don't communicate well between departments, or just flat out lying, but I was fed up by then after 26 years of Qwest/CenturyLink patronage, and terminated my account with them. I am still very glad I did.
 

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My ISP/neighbor did some tweaks recently. Almost pushing my 100/100 cap over WiFi:
 

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Nope. I live in the country, it's actually by radio.
That sucks... Any neighboring towns/cities with fiber?
It's probably a bureaucratic nightmare to implement in US, but I would consider getting few neighbors together and investing into AirFiber5, or maybe some older used 2.4GHz long-range equipment.
My neighbor uses two directional parabolic antennas when they need to get at least some bandwidth to a remote area, while they are working on fiber/copper lines. It was enough to push 100Mbit/s for up to 25km with minimal losses.

P.S. So much for living in an economically and politically unstable country: you can get 100Mbit/s full-duplex dedicated line for a price of 1 bottle of cheap stinky cognac.
 
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Just got upgraded to 1000/60mbit today not as fast as I expected, properly my Asus RT-AC88U router playing tricks even I changed "NAT loopback" to Merlin to reach this download speed before using ASUS I was only hitting 400-600Mbps.
 
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Nat Loopback is not the setting that needs to be changed.

In the Lan menu in the Switch Control sub menu

Nat Acceleration has to be set to auto, and putting certain features on may disable the setting.

And based on this

https://www.smallnetbuilder.com/old-tools/charts/router/bar/74-wan-to-lan

Even with NAT acceleration on the AC88U seems to top out round 800Mbps.
 
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Nat Loopback is not the setting that needs to be changed.

In the Lan menu in the Switch Control sub menu

Nat Acceleration has to be set to auto, and putting certain features on may disable the setting.

And based on this

https://www.smallnetbuilder.com/old-tools/charts/router/bar/74-wan-to-lan

Even with NAT acceleration on the AC88U seems to top out round 800Mbps.
Nat acceleration has always been auto as default in my merlin firmware even after a factory default on the firmware.

But even my ISP's Sagemcom F@st 3890 router (Docsis 3.1) has problems and maxing out around 5-600Mbps so looks like my problems are else were because none of my tests show the same they are bouncing up and down and that shouldn't happen on coax.
 
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I recently got my speed doubled from 200/20mbit.

 
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I recently got my speed doubled from 200/20mbit.

I hope it's more stable than the Docsis 3.1 in my Country my 1000/60mbit connection jumps all over the place from 40 to 900 Mbps but usually max 300 or 600 Mbps it's annoying upgraded from a stable 100/25 Mbit connection that ran 110/28 Mbps without problems :cry:

My ISP says all numbers are fine on the wires with the tuning of the coax they even fine tuned a little more this week it peaked at 920Mbps in download in the early afternoon while I was on Teamviewer when I got home after 4p.m. back to the same shitty connection. Yes I can get fiber but srsly I don't want to buy overpriced because the power company purchased a internet provider that only want to fuck u over instead of opening op for the speed.
 
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I hope it's more stable than the Docsis 3.1 in my Country my 1000/60mbit connection jumps all over the place from 40 to 900 Mbps but usually max 300 or 600 Mbps it's annoying upgraded from a stable 100/25 Mbit connection that ran 110/28 Mbps without problems :cry:

My ISP says all numbers are fine on the wires with the tuning of the coax they even fine tuned a little more this week it peaked at 920Mbps in download in the early afternoon while I was on Teamviewer when I got home after 4p.m. back to the same shitty connection. Yes I can get fiber but srsly I don't want to buy overpriced because the power company purchased a internet provider that only want to fuck u over instead of opening op for the speed.
It wasn't stable until I replaced my Asus router with a Netgear gigabit switch. I noticed you also use an Asus AC router. Unreliable as hell even wired.
 
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