Broadband Speed

  chaztait 21:48 16 Feb 2005

Hi i have 750kb/s ntl broadband and have had it for a few year now and i was looking at the network connections and went to my broaband.. just mucking about and seen that it was only connected at 10 mb/s and that my network connections with my Laptop and other PC were 100 kb/s is this just to do with the network card?



  LeadingMNMs 21:56 16 Feb 2005

I assume that you mean that the PC's connection is 100Mbps rather than 100kbps. Either way, those are the speeds between the network card and your router / switch, nothing to do with the actual broadband line.

  LeadingMNMs 21:58 16 Feb 2005

Confused now, just read your post again. Where did you read the 10Mbps from ? Again, I'm sure thats to do with the ethernet connection (ethernet can have speeds of 10/100/1000Mbps) since your Internet would fly if it was 10Mbps.

  Technotiger 21:59 16 Feb 2005

Hi, for broadband speed, as opposed to connection speed -

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