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  Reply # 752701 29-Jan-2013 15:13 Send private message

No not the settigs but the status of the DSL connection, its very close to there

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  Reply # 752705 29-Jan-2013 15:15 Send private message

RunningMan:
Natha:
That's the weird thing. When I took the test. I'm the only one home. I don't use torrents. Nothing is downloading. My laptop is the only laptop on, and even after a reboot, it still remains.

Confusing.


Given it's a laptop, are you using WiFi or ethernet (wired) connection to your modem?

If using WiFi, stop, then try wired before doing anything else.
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Ok, wow, uhhh..



I literally bought this laptop a view days ago. Why would the wireless be SO slow? O.O

 

 



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  Reply # 752708 29-Jan-2013 15:17 Send private message

ahhh

Sounds like you need to change your wireless AP channel

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  Reply # 752710 29-Jan-2013 15:19 Send private message

cyril7: ahhh

Sounds like you need to change your wireless AP channel

Cyril


Here's my options mate.


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  Reply # 752715 29-Jan-2013 15:28 Send private message

Hi, you need to run and app like inSSIDer to see what channels are free or not then take the Channel setting off Auto and onto the selected channel.

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  Reply # 752959 29-Jan-2013 22:18 Send private message

I'm not sure whether you having the same issue as me. My internet is been super slow since Sunday 10pm and have very similar Symptoms with you. Low download & upload speed, high ping, and massive packet loss.

The customer service did line check and etc and could not find anything wrong from their side.

I suspect something wrong with the exchange servers or something and they finally reported the fault this morning: http://www.telecom.co.nz/whatsnew/broadbandservicestatus/?f=all

As long you called them and log the fault there's nothing else you could do other than wait for them to fix it :(





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  Reply # 752978 29-Jan-2013 23:21 Send private message

Und3f: I'm not sure whether you having the same issue as me. My internet is been super slow since Sunday 10pm and have very similar Symptoms with you. Low download & upload speed, high ping, and massive packet loss.



Are you using wifi, like this person was?


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  Reply # 753014 30-Jan-2013 07:55 Send private message

kyhwana2:
Und3f: I'm not sure whether you having the same issue as me. My internet is been super slow since Sunday 10pm and have very similar Symptoms with you. Low download & upload speed, high ping, and massive packet loss.



Are you using wifi, like this person was?



My laptop using wifi.

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  Reply # 753016 30-Jan-2013 08:06 Send private message

Und3f:
kyhwana2:
Und3f: I'm not sure whether you having the same issue as me. My internet is been super slow since Sunday 10pm and have very similar Symptoms with you. Low download & upload speed, high ping, and massive packet loss.



Are you using wifi, like this person was?



My laptop using wifi.


Plug in a cable. Testing over WiFi is meaningless these days since it suffers from so many issues in urban environments.

If the issue doesn't occur on a cable you'll need to go through the usual process of running something like inSSIDer and finding the best wireless channel for your environment.

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