I upgraded my maxonline premium to Maxonline ultimate last month..today i go to collect my redeem modem (cisco dpc 9325). After the installation doing speedtest.
As the result on the pic..the maxonline ultimate download is 100Mbps. but i only can get half of the speed and the time being..the speed getting worse and worse.
itz not acceptable, please do something?
After readed the thread of the user on this cisco modem. All complaint abt this model have wireless issue and keep D/C, signal strength weak.
why starhub will release such a problematic device? and i search for the starhub shop for the modem. This cisco device is the only 1 that can support my speed. like have no choice to pick it. unless sign up the fibre plan.
starhub is already very good to you.
while there assured speed is 20mbps.
I have never gotten anywhere need. i have to count my blessings when my speed is 200kb/s.
90% of the time my connection is below 40kb/s.
Perhaps the word is [up to] 20mbps. so it is very much acceptable to starhub.
If you are using cisco integrated wireless modem try doing the speedtest over a wired connection. The speed will be much better (It is somewhere near the promised speed). The cisco wireless is having poor performance. Even if you upgrade to fiber the device you are going to get is also having really poor WiFi performance. In either case you will have to get a better router to have a good WiFi performance. Too bad now a days all starhub devices are having poor WiFi performance. I remember few years ago Starhub giving good performance WRTG routers from linksys. I guess now their policy is "We are an ISP and not a WiFi provider. So poor WiFi is ok as long as internet speed is good on wired". But for us customers our expectations are different.
Actually starhub promise the speed is based on wired connection. You can't expect the wireless to perform the same speed as the wired connection.
There are many interference that contribute to the quality of the wireless. This can be walls blocking, furniture blocking, wrieless phone etc...