Are you facing slow internet speed on your Armstrong Broadband connection? Is your actual Internet slower than you are expecting from ISP? It happens when your Internet connection is in some trouble. You need to do a health check of your Armstrong Internet at this point. This test simply means a reliable and smooth Armstrong speed test to check the actual Internet speed of your broadband.
This testing tool helps you to check the actual speed of your broadband connection using a reliable third party speed test service.
This Armstrong speed test tool will check your download and upload speed. The download speed is measured by downloading a file from Ookla servers and upload speed is calculated by sending the random bytes to Ookla servers. These huge chunks of bites help determine the real-time Internet speed of your Armstrong broadband connection.
The upload speed is the time taken by your Internet to upload any file to some server from your mobile or computer. Whereas the download speed of your Internet is downloading of any file to mobile or computer from a server using Armstrong Internet connection.
Both upload speed and download speed affects Internet performance. All you are downloading from the web to your mobile or computer is based on download speed. For instance, listing music, watching online shows, browsing the web, or downloading any file, the rate of downloading depends upon the download speed of the Internet.
There are various factors that can affect slow down the internet, like weather, latency, distance from a connected computer, jitter, upload speed, download speed, etc.
1) Latency: It is server response time - In simple words, the time taken to receive the first byte of data on each request.
2) Download Speed: It is the time taken by your internet to download a file from the server to your mobile or computer.
3) Upload Speed: Upload speed is the time taken by the Internet to upload a file to a server from a mobile or computer.
4) Weather Conditions: If your connection is wireless, then extreme weather (like storms, heavy rains and too much heat) can affect your Internet connection because signals get weaker. However, sometimes extreme weather can also affect the wired connection. In this case, the cable is damaged, or a connector between your home/office and DB loosen.
To take the Armstrong speed test of your Armstrong Broadband or Armstrong fibre - just click the |start| button, and our test toolkit will start automatically without any interruption.
Through this tool, you can check the following things:
To improve your Armstrong Internet, follow the below steps carefully:
Take an Armstrong Speed check from this tool.
If you find your actual speed differs from your Internet plan, then you need to troubleshoot the problem by checking the physical and non-physical factors of the connection.
If you find your actual speed slow after checking physical and non-physical factors, then contact your ISPs support to troubleshoot the problem. Extreme weather conditions and heavy electric cables can also affect the Internet.
In the case of WIFI, high-frequency signals can affect the internet. If you find all is well and still your Internet is slow, then check your LAN cable (either its broken or damaged), or for Wifi - check the quality of your signals.