GigaPower Internet (43000 mbps) - Does everyone get this when you first sign up?
Is it normal for the entire bandwidth for the node to be assigned to a single homeowner?
They installed a new node in my neighborhood, back in April of this year and I was the first Fiber Gigapower Customer on it. However, it seems there is a flaw in the AT&T software on their nodes, that does not restrict the internet upload speed when there is a single Fiber Gigapower customer on the node. My upload speed would float from 43Gb to 47Gb.
As soon as my nextdoor neighbor had her Gigapower turned on, 7 days later, the software auto-corrected and brought me back down to 1096/1096Mbps.
I called Gigapower Customer Service, to make sure I would not be charged for the extra speed, but they told me I would not be and to just enjoy it. I said, "Okay".
I was part of the 2 year beta in Dallas, at another location, before Gigapower was released to everyone, so, all of my equipment and wiring meet very specific standards that are not even covered in AT&T Support or these forums.
My download speed in these tests, sits normally at 940Mbps, but that is with 22 devices connected. If I unplugged everything, my normal download speed is 1096Mbps to 1100+Mbps.
Does AT&T know about this bug in their node software?