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Why and how am I receiving this much bandwidth or Mbps?
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There is nothing shown it is a white box
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GT40 wroteThere is nothing shown it is a white box

Refresh the page, I fixed it.
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Who is your internet provider?
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GT40 wroteWho is your internet provider?

Virgin Media, changing very soon to Sky because they've been ridiculously terrible for the past couple of weeks.
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If that doesn't resolve the problem it could be your modem or router, if they are lightly older you won't be getting in the range of that is supposed to be provided
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GT40 wroteIf that doesn't resolve the problem it could be your modem or router, if they are lightly older you won't be getting in the range of that is supposed to be provided

The router was replaced with the latest model a month ago.
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Afaik, it's the amount of data that you are downloading. Check your download speed and see if it is similar.
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ZTG wrote
GT40 wroteIf that doesn't resolve the problem it could be your modem or router, if they are lightly older you won't be getting in the range of that is supposed to be provided

The router was replaced with the latest model a month ago.


How old is your modem, my family had ours replaced because it was outdated and speeds were incredibly faster
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ip wroteAfaik, it's the amount of data that you are downloading. Check your download speed and see if it is similar.

It normally averages around 150Mbps
Yesterday it was around 20Mbps..

and the router is the newest one released, at least 1-3 months old.
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