Hello! I did a speed test which revealed that my particular device, at least, was getting 17 Mb/s download and ~30 Mb/s upload when the ISP is supposedly delivering 50/50. The other devices are not being currently used (at least by people) other than this computer right now. I looked on the IPv4 endpoints and I see a lot of IPs that a) are not on my router device list and b) do not follow the numbering schema of my router. While I am a fair hand around computers, I am new to the networking scene. (Lets say I have an introductory level understanding). Are these other IP's in the endpoints bandwidth hogs or some kind of invisible service? Is my ISP just not putting out what it should be?
Image is hosted here as the embed does not seem to work: http://imgur.com/a/pEFqM
It is a comparison of my router device list with the IPv4 tab of the Wireshark Enpoints menu, sorted by Byte traffic.
asked 17 Jun '17, 08:01
The IP addresses you've marked in the screen shot are normal 'special purpose' addresses:
Regarding the bandwidth: There are a lot of influencing factors which can affect the bandwidth (e.g. latency, window size, IPS peerings etc.). => Therefore more data is needed to make a point.
answered 17 Jun '17, 09:35