One step forward and two steps back.
Here at the homestead, we have a 100 Mbps 'net connection. My router has been channeling about 65 Mbps of that to the PC, and spreads the rest around to various iThingies, Tivo, etc.
Three nights ago, the speed slowed to .6 Mbps. Definitely ungood, so I went to Big Buy and picked up new, slightly faster router. Got all the cables reattached, and powered everything back up.
The result? .6 Mbps. I don't get it.
What are the chances of getting a brand new router with the same problem as the old one? Or is it a setting on the PC?
I don't know, and it's frustrating. But I'm taking the new unit back to the store this morning, and hoping for a better result from a different one.
Does anyone out there have any ideas about what might be causing the bottleneck?