I have Starlink (SL) going on my 3rd month. And the speeds on SL do not match speed test from three different speed test sites. I am operating and comparing through a new 5g 5port GS105E and the SL ethernet adapter. 1. my desktop ethernet 2. extender 3. feeding another switch. I am comparing my desktop ethernet cable, laptop wifi and my android 9+ wifi, I have wifi calling on. The SL indicates higher upload speeds most of the time with ranges from 2 to 8mb on the upload side. The SL is unstable. The speediest sites have 2 to 6 upload
The extender needs to have some sort of internal link so we can:
1. perform a speed test from it through a ip log on.
2. control who has access
3. monitor firmware updates
This extender is unstable. We have 4-5 bars but we have many complaints about call quality and many times drop calls!
I have the same issues., I have Starlink (SL) going on my 3rd month. And the speeds on SL do not match speed test from three different speed test sites.
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Is Starlink a 'broadband connection'? I didn't think the extender was supported or guaranteed to work over satellite internet service.
You are absolutely right, jav6 - 100%! The Verizon network extenders do not work with a satelite connection, and they also need a broadband connection! This link, https://www.verizon.com/support/4g-lte-network-extender-2/, is a great resource to use when you have any questions or concerns about our 4G Network Extender 2, and this link, https://www.verizon.com/support/4g-lte-network-extender/, has all the same information, but includes the Network Extender 1. Does this help answer your inquiry about our Network Extenders today? *Stephannie