50 megs is a lot more stable for gaming than 400 or 1000 is due to the nature of cable modem technology.
if you're streaming video, count on an additional 10 megs PER DEVICE, 20 megs for actual 4k hd and WIRED, NOT WIRELESS
1.) Intially was getting worse speeds then Ultimate 300.
2.) I removed the -7dB splitter. And my speed shot up to on average 500Mbps on the downstream.
3.) My modems user/password IS NOT THE DEFAULT, and factory resetting doesn't change it to the default user/password.
Also spectrum on the phone couldn't tell me the user/password, they assumed it was the factory defaults as well.
Sucks because I can't get into its status page.
4.) I had a technition appointment, but canceled because MAGICALLY, the morning before he arrive, I started getting 850Mbps / 40Mbps.
I am happy with the speed. I am still very confused as to how it fixed itself.
As he said in previous post the default password and username dont work. I have the same problem with mine. I can get to the login popup but cant log in. Unless we need to be connected directly to the modem and not through the router which I havent tried
850/40 is average for me. On a good night low 900s. I have had a couple nights New Years Eve was one where I was hitting close to 1150.
Good to hear that you are reliably getting speeds of 850 Mbps and above on your high speed connection. That gives the rest of us some hope for the future.
MsRaye has also commented repeatedly in similar threads that the NYC franchise area does not use the manufacturer default passwords. They have a very high theft of service rate, so they developed their own independent method of selecting and loading a custom user password at the time of installation.
If you are able to view the modem login screen (NOT the router's display) you are connected to the proper LAN port and using the correct IP address. You may need to call a local NYC Spectrum facility to have them make parameter changes on Spectrum-owned modem or gateway combo devices.
since data rate is better than 80% they don't have to address it. Looks like 10% over provisioning in your area @1100...
All that really means nothing as it's up to the originating server and paths to get it to you.
the transport/ backbone providers as well.
only accurate test is to TWC's speedtest tool.