Tip's for how to get your speeds like mine!

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hi if your wondering what ive done to get my speeds like this...





then all ya have to do is get your own router. (a router that does 2.5 ghz and 5ghz one but might have to be the same as one but dont know if its the same or not...) 

also ive changed my channel of the 2.5ghz to channel 1 (which ever one your neighbors has that WONT be overlapping as it can cause interfernce.) then for the 5ghz i put my channel to 161 (again which ever one your neighbors has that WONT be overlapping yours to get good speeds.)

and that is basically about it :3 BUT!!! make sure that when testing this you have to go to channel 1,6, or 11 and make sure your not overlapping with your neighbors or thatll make your speeds slow. just try this as i was trying to figure out all night of how to do this. and i FINALLY figured it out :3 but yeah just give it a try :3

but also i dont know if it will be the same as the peak hours or if its goes slower or not. i will test it myself tonight and let yall know :3
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  • HAPPY WITH MY SPEEDS!!! :D

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When I get .27 mbps speed from the Sat it makes little difference how fast my router is, any tips for that issue?
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ummmm not really... cause its just depends onto the router and what channels you are on and so on. so yeah. cant really help ya there buddy :/
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Any type of testing should be made with your computer connected directly to the modem without a router in the loop..

Speed tests should use http://testmy.net/....just click "Test my Internet" or choose Download test and select 12MB's for file size.  

Many other speed test sites do not account for satellite latency and their results may be flawed, also some test sites use text based files which can be compressed by Exede's Accelenet servers and this will also inflate your test results...

To compare speeds during congested hours just run the same tests at 8pm local time and compare the results to tests you run at 8am.
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@wm4bama thanks for the info :)