I have the filters supplied with the latest sky hub in the master telephone socket and a second socket (with no phone connected in this one).
The sky hub is connected directly to the filter in the master socket. I then have an apple time capsule (gen 4) wired into the sky hub, and it was this that I was using to create my wireless network. The graph at the start of this thread was generated from my mac, connected wirelessly, and located on another floor.
Yesterday, I spent time making the sky hub the wireless network thinking that the time capsule was slowing the system down. This was based on seeing the router stats, now shown below.
System Up Time: 206:14:04
Port Status TxPkts RxPkts Collision Pkts Tx b/s Rx b/s Up Time
WAN MER 4824454 7086917 0 3024 7327 69:36:02
LAN Up 20464909 12122425 20 144799 102229 206:14:04
WLAN (2.4 GHz) Up 10750403 3034617 0 717336 150445 14:37:20
WLAN (5 GHz) Up 12042052 6326333 0 0 0 14:37:06
Broadband Link Downstream Upstream
Connection Speed 73261 kbps 20000 kbps
Line Attenuation 11.9 dB 0.0 dB
Noise Margin 6.3 dB 8.8 dB
My basis for this was the connection speed (from the sky router) running at the speeds I would expect them to be at.
When I first ran the speed test (off this site, wirelessly through my mac on the new sky network), it came back much improved but now it is running as before. Also, I can no longer set up a monitor that does not have 100% dropped packets. The IP address that the site automatically locates does not work?
Now I am completely at a loss! This is the problem with wading out of your depth now!