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Internet speed problem after switching to Cellcom Faber


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Hello everyone, I switched to Cellcom Internet Fiber up to 600 MB this week
Now there is a problem that I can not find what it is and I would be happy if someone with a drop of knowledge on the subject would make me understand what is wrong

So this is how their router is connected to computer 1 directly without a switch on the way or something with a cable and indeed gets the speed of the 600
Now more computers are connected to this router via a cable that goes through walls and goes through a switch before spreading to other computers in the house
What happens is that the other computers get speeds of up to 100 MB after my test I saw that the switch I had supported up to 100 MB so I bought a new one and replaced it: TP-Link TL-SG1008D

After the replacement checks and again speeds up to 100 MB and does not understand exactly why
My computer and other card computers Supports up to 1000 MB
I would be happy to help with this
Thank you!

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Could it be that what I have in an old wall is already and that's why the speed is like that?
Because it's an infrastructure of many years the question is how can I check if really what's in the wall is old?

 

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The socket is indeed adapted to CAT5E, but apparently according to the winding of the cables, it seems that the cable is not CAT5E, but CAT5.

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So from what I understand it is the CAT 5 that supports up to 100M
The question is is there anyone who upgrades the infrastructure in the house to fit 1 GB and how much does such a thing cost?

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I see no reason to turn the whole house upside down

For speeds over 100 MB.

 

What do you need over 100 MB for at home?

Zoom?  : nixweiss:

Torrents and downloads mainly and there are 4 devices that use the internet for services And enough cell phones are sending something to download and everything would get stuck whether it's a torrent or a set game
The deal with them cost me as much as in Partner with 100 MB
But right now there are issues like very low quality transmission compared to the previous one and it is only with them And such peaks

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There is no Partner Faber, that is ?

Because there was already a discussion that compared the two companies,

At Cellcom, the method is less good (technological).

Anyway, all Internet will work great 

Even in a hundred megabytes, unless there are problems caused by the switch

Or in general, you should order a technician from the broadcast / TV provider

Let's check what the story is.

Replace cable infrastructure (after making sure this is the problem)  

It can be a difficult story, in the sense of removing old cables

And threading new ones unless you have industrial equipment at home.

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There is no Partner Faber, that is Optical Fiber ?

Because there was already a discussion that compared the two companies,

At Cellcom, the method is less good (technological).

Anyway, all TV Internet will work great 

Even in a hundred megabytes, unless there are problems caused by the switch

Or in general, you should order a technician from the broadcast / TV provider

Let's check what the story is.

Replace cable infrastructure (after making sure this is the problem)  

It can be a difficult story, in the sense of removing old cables

And threading new ones unless you have industrial equipment at home.

No I have no fiber in the building
The TV works well but the quality is very poor compared to Partner and Channel 5 Doubtless it's 720P quality and tested and no problems online runs youtube videos on And see scary and without blasts on the same device

 

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