Description: The article is about att uverse. This is a speed test on u-verse. The author tries a few times to figure out how the u-verse works in different room with the new device. He has got different data after he done many speed tests.
This is my speed test for my 45 Meg U-verse Internet. I will upgrade to AT&T1000 megabits per second fiber today. It looks like a latency of 47 milliseconds. The download speed is holding steady,it is 47 megabits per second,the upload speed should be around 4 to 5. I’ve got this hard wired cat 5 to my router which also has cat 5 to the Gateway,it looks like 47 milliseconds 47 down and 5.68 up.
My Fiber has been installed. If the fiber optic line comes in here and it has a cat 5 that runs to the fifty to sixty eight AC router,I’m going to use theirs for now. I have got cat 6 ran to my Xbox one and also up to my office. I am going to do a speed test.
I’m ready to do a speed test now,the router is a little over a year old,hopefully it doesn’t make too much difference. Let’s see what we can get. I’ve got AT&T5 or AT&T1000 with1 millisecond latency,it is not as fast as I’d like it to be,my neighbor got it installed today as well and he’s getting about 890 down. Mine is looking at 557 down and the upload has symmetrical,it’s very consistent,it’s holding steady there.
Now it is about six hundred as well. I’m going to test the Wi-Fi on my phone. If we take a look at the Wi-Fi on the phone,it is about five feet from the router. What people don’t realize is that to be able to get that higher speed on Wi-Fi,you have to at least have AC on the router and the device. There should be no obstructions and no interferences. With each feet you got,it’s going to make a difference here,we’ll start at five feet and see we can get.
There is three milliseconds on the latency,359 on the download,upload seems to be dropping a little bit. I’m going to go upstairs into my living room which is about one floor above. We’ll try it again. It is about line-of-sight 25 or 30 feet away. It is a good lag time and we can see a significant drop in the the download speed down to 160 and the upload speed as well. It is way higher than anyone will ever need.
I will go a little bit further. We’ll go into the back of the house here. We’ll try it back here. It looks like 150 down but 6270 upload. This is with the AT&T provided router the one I have. It’s old so I’m looking to upgrade to one of the newer possibly nighthawk router.
I will go outside in the garage and see what speeds we get out here,now unfortunately it didn’t compare the the wireless to the old u-verse service beforehand,it’s too late,I can’t switch that back now. Once you get out of the close range about 150 to 200 on the download and 50 to 80 on the upload,it is very consistent on the Wi-Fi. The interferences you have will depend on whether it’s on 2.4 gigahertz or 5 gigahertz AC router vs. N routers and in different devices. I hope this helps.