I am in the Ingleside Neighborhood of San Francisco and recently got 10 Gigabit Fiber!
I have a UDM SE Router
, terminating the RJ45 from the ONT using a random RJ45 SFP+
since the built in ethernet only does 2.5G, then fiber SFP+'s
in both the UDM and a USW Agg Switch
I have a MacBook Pro M1 Pro, w/ a OWC Thunderbolt Pro Dock
which has 10gbe to my desktop thru the USW Agg Switch and a RJ45 SFP+.
I use SpeedTest++
compiled on my Mac and here are some of the tests I've ran: (for some reason, it doesn't always give me speed result urls that I can link)https://www.speedtest.net/result/14017136089.pnghttps://www.speedtest.net/result/14019101464.pnghttps://www.speedtest.net/result/14026820841.png
I have also ran the SpeedTest MacOS desktop app, which seems to be a little slower, but still amazing:https://www.speedtest.net/my-result/d/493249850https://www.speedtest.net/my-result/d/493253378
I make sure to set the Speedtest server to the Sonic.net one, located in San Jose.
The 'special equipment' my tech had was a OWC 10 Gigabit Ethernet Thunderbolt Adapter
and asked if I could try it with my MBP since I didn't have my Dock yet and I got much better speeds on my Mac as he did on his Windows laptop, Lenovo I think.
I'm running U6 Pro
for wifi, which is only giving me ~600mbps, even with 160mhz channels (I blame the neighbors, haha) but of course, nothing to do with the actual internet connection, which is beyond fast. I am so amazed I can get speeds this fast at home!!
Thank you so much Dane and Sonic.net!