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hey there paul,
make sure you are hardwired
make sure you test at http://speedtest.verizon.net
make sure you click on the show details link, and then share those with us.
The dlink should get your 10 mb, it is older and should be replaced, but even still it should get the right speeds.
The DI-624s are beasts for what they are. They shouldn't be having a problem with anything less than 30Mbps.
By any chance have you considered rebooting your ONT? It will wipe out any diagnostic info it has for Verizon to look at but doing this is known to help get things back up and running in some cases. A quick pull of the AC adapter and one of the battery leads, a 10 second wait and a reversal of this process to connect it back up should get the ONT into a clean state. Also, as you have one of the original installs, I suppose it wouldn't hurt to try taking a PC to the ONT with a known good Ethernet cable and dialing up a PPPoE connection with a direct connection to it, if possible to rule out the router and an Ethernet cable. If it isn't fixed by doing this it's probably something up with the fiber signal, the ONT, the OLT or something further upstream.