I don't know that a TV is going to be the proper device to use. I would wait to see what the rep says. If/when you do run the tests however, please be sure to use the proper test sizes and also make sure to disable the WiFi in the HT2000W modem.
Again, though, without the proper LAN cable device to use, such as a desktop or laptop, I would wait to see what a rep has to say.
BTW, as explained in the testing instructions, this is the only testing link the reps need...
As stated, since you do not have a LAN cable connected device which to run the tests, please wait to see what the rep has to say.
Also, as stated, please read the testing instructions thoroughly and run the tests as instructed, but do not bother running more tests if you do not have the proper LAN cable connected device to do so. The tests you keep running are of no value.
Also, as stated, there is only one testmy.net link the reps will need. I have provided it. Please stop posting individual test results.
@GabeU didn't you read the post, the LAN cable ....DIDN'T work
As was indicated in my replies, yes.
Unless you have something helpful or constructive to add, please refrain from posting.
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