The problem is your wireless signal/interference, not the service level.
In general, don't expect much faster rates with Wi-Fi. Although, also
keep in mind that the Wi-Fi network driver/OS may throttle speed based
on whether your machine is on batter...
There's a constant very high rate flood of ARP packets from the CMTS
that are not being filtered out. This wasn't the case with the previous
CMTS. I think this is having a negative performance impact on the
routers/modems. Also, technically a bit of ...
Paying over $100/month for worse ping and lag than back in the @home
days for ~$30/month. This is getting old. We need proper performance,
download speed isn't everything. Rogers, start doing something about the
routing/pings and underperforming mode...