I have recently switched to Broadband my choice being Plusnet's £14.99 up to 2 MB uncapped with which I might add I am very pleased. When I ordered the hardware I got a Voyager 205 ADSL router with both an ethernet connection and a USB connection on it. I have opted for the Ethernet connection and have connected the router to my LAN card via an Ethernet cable. All works fine. My questions are these 1. Which is the best option Ethernet or USB and why 2. My connection speed shows always as 100.0 MBPS yet when I do a speed test via Plusnets home page I get results which vary from 1.6 to 1.9. Why is this?
1. Ethernet, as already mentioned above. 2. The 100mbps is your internal network speed, i.e the speed that you are connected to your router. The router is connected to the external internet at around 1.9 mbps. which is typical ADSL 2mbps speeds.
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