It's "high speed" depending on what you're doing. Beats dial-up and I'm sure the DSL is beating out satellite and LTE for latency.
Do you want to see if it's possible to get your speed turned up (at no cost, since you already have 3Mbps) to something that matches the FCC's definition of broadband? If so, I just need to start off with the make and model of your modem.
I have a Llinksys Wireless G, 2.4 GHz Router. Model WRT54G. Thank you very much for your help!!
Good to know about the router. Is there another device plugged into the router, such as a Westell DSL modem at all? Basically, what is plugged into the "Internet" port?
I supposedly have 50/25 and I do get the same speeds you are getting (during prime time - 7 to 9).
That is what is connected by wire to one of the RJ-45 LAN ports of the (OR is connected by wireless to the) router.
We want to know what is connected to the WAN/Internet/To Modem port of the router.