Bandwidth depends on the physical interface not the IOS ofcouse you can use service policy at the ios level and limit it but that is not the case here. I am not sure what your ISP is saying or why he is asking you to upgrade the IOS. As long as you have 10mbps link to your ISP and its negotiating the link properly you should be getting 10 mbps. Ask your ISP based on what are they telling you to upgrade a document or link ?
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