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First I want to say I am unsure if I have any wired or wireless devices with a gigabit connector, and my wireless settings are messed up right now anyways. However I know you can go into the t3200 router's advance settings and do a speed test there. I did that and this is my results:
|Speed Test URL:||vancouver.speedtest.telus.com|
|Train Rate Downstream:||1000Mbps|
|Train Rate Upstream:||1000Mbps|
|Test Status:||TEST COMPLETE|
|Average Downstream:||393.56Mbps Mbps|
|Average Upstream:||261.64Mbps Mbps|
|Do Not Fragment Bit:||Enabled|
Yes I have turned it off and on again a few times 🙂
Depends on the tool being used to measure the speeds. If you review posts in the Neighbourhood, you will find a number of posts discussing internet speeds. The protocol that Telus uses appears to be multiple Streams of data in parallel. This makes sense when you consider high data rate connections are meant for multiple simultaneous users streaming data, not one user consuming The whole stream.
I suggest finding a gigabit device, and using Speedtest as your measurement tool before looking into other solutions.
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It may also depend on the load on vancouver.speedtest.telus.com which is sending (download) and receiving (upload) the data for the speed test. I can't imagine that serve being able to handle a lot of simultaneous gigabit tests.