MF275RF, set to "4G only" with a public IP. Speed the same roughly regardless of attached devices.
Thanks for looking into this.
Slow speed on you MF275R may have to do with its placement, the line of sight alignment may help. Have you tried checking the speed on a wired(Ethernet) connection yet? If you get similar speed as your iPhone then you may want to try placing the rabbit ears(antennas) as @Geezer did in Message 4
must be something not rite with your set up
Reliable after 2 weeks. Speeds 35 to 50 mgps in weak reception area
ZTE MF275R Rocket Hub Upload Speed Issues
We've been using the MF275 Rocket hub for a month now with acceptable speeds (at least for our location). However, every few days the upload speed will suddenly go to near zero. The download speed, if anything, actually increases. It takes a network/hub reset to get things going again. This is a real issue as it basically makes the internet unusable for several hours while we try to fix it.
So far, there has been no technical explanation from Rogers. As it seems to be periodic, we suspect that there might be a software issue with the hub (memory leak perhaps?)
Any others experiencing this type of issue or has possible solutions?
Have the same problem at our location. Speeds will be very good (20+Mbps on download) for days/weeks and then all drops off and becomes unuseable until reset. More recently this can be needed several times in a day. No solution offered from Rogers tech support. A disconnect through the Hub mennu also seems to sometimes fix this. Quicker than a reset. Testing the same modem now on Bell network to see if better.
Just setup my hub and I'm getting 94.02 download and speed 39.44. Very impressed but this is at 6:00 am in the morning. I will try again later today at peek times and post finding. Thank you Rogers.
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