Rogers should just advertise 100Gbps down and up, and be done with it.
They can always use the, "everything looks great from our side. It could
be a myriad of things on your side. Its normal to see 30-50% actual
@gp-se wrote:Hey guys, I'm curious what's the fastest speeds that
wireless supports? I have Gigabit Service using the Rogers Modem. I have
a computer that connects to the Router at 1300AC. However all speeds
tests come back the same: 450 down, 30up. ...
@Datalink wrote:@forbsy, I can't speak for Rogers or any other ISP in
that regard, but I suspect that the response to your first statement
would be that its up to the consumer to ensure that their own equipment
is capable of running at higher speeds....
@Datalink wrote:Yup, understand, but, if you're never seen the pc or
laptop running at 1 Gb/s anywhere else, proving their capability, the
question still exists, are they actually capable of running 1 Gb/s? If
not, there are three unknowns at the pre...
@Datalink wrote:@Alex4161 are you using a pc or laptop that you have
previously tested on a 1 Gb/s connection somewhere, so that you know
that its capable of running at 900+ Mb/s. Its very easy to indicate that
the service doesn't provide the 1 Gb/s ...