Now it is
Edited Saturday 26th:
Reading in another topic that one could look in https://www.broadbandchecker.btwholesale.com/#/ADSL/AddressHome to get an indication of the maximum speeds that BT thinks your phone line could support, I tried that, but our address was not recognised
If the telephone line is not capable of taking the boost, I was wondering if there is any point in having the boost?
Speeds just now:
https://www.talktalk.co.uk/speedcheck/ Your average download speed
"connection stats and your line is in sync at 70mb" do not mean anything to me, not being technical, sorry.
As before, wireless speed tests: one printer and two laptops. We would not know how to do a speed test otherwise; and we need the wireless connection.
Yes, we shall do that later today when we do not need to use the internet.
To make sure we are doing the right thing, when you say "power down your router", you do mean switch it off temporarily, don't you?
We only have a pay as you go mobile; not high tech elderlies 🙂
We did it on a laptop. It's good that we no longer have to go in the garage since we moved the router ourselves indoors.
44.6 now. It's a good speed in my opinion, but not what was minimum guaranteed.
It has always been wireless. I would not know how to do it any other way.
Thanks for confirming. Have you tried a few different wireless channels and also tried separating the SSID's? I've included a few Help Articles below.
It looks too complicated for us. We would not want to mess things up.
The speeds are a lot better than they were before 18th September.
https://www.talktalk.co.uk/speedcheck/ We've finished measuring your speed, and here are your results.
Your average download speed
Your average upload speed