A few things to note when using the BT Wholesale test you've just had the link to.
1) If wanting to check the actual speed, (don't laugh, I'm coming to times you aren't doing it for a simple speed test), always do it wired.
2) You can largely ignore the first page of the results. The latency is the only figure of interest there.
3) At the bottom of that page is a button for "Further diagnostics". Click that
It will ask for your phone number, and then after a few seconds will come up with a more complex page of results. We aren't interested in the graphics - the important stuff is everything that is in the down and up text boxes. The speeds are there again, plus a thing called the IP Profile.
For our purposes here it is best to copy and paste the full contents of both of those boxes please.
Sometimes it is only the IP Profile we are after, as we are doing it when we already know we have a low speed. In which case we ignore all the red instructions, tick we've done them, and carry on. In just that sort of scenario a wireless test is acceptable.
The indispensable man or woman passes from the scene, and what happens next is more or less the same thing as was happening before.
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