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Topic # 60733 1-May-2010 16:40
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We signed up to VF Ultimate broadband and have had it up and running since Wednesday evening and it's been mostly great, but when I download files from Rapidshare, Mediafire, Megaupload, zshare, etc the speeds are always low (around 20-40kb/s). On downloads from apple and download.com I can get up to 200kb/s, but not on these sites.

Can I fix this?

Router stats:





ADSL






   Type
Interleave Path





   Status
SHOWTIME





   




Downstream
Upstream









   Data rate(Kbps)




5408
896









   Noise Margin




13
15









   Output power(dBm)




122
197









   Attenuation(dB)




32
15








Has been as high as 7600 down. Apparently we're 2.9k from the exchange

VF speedtest:


Last Result:
Download Speed: 2326 kbps (290.8 KB/sec transfer rate)
Upload Speed: 762 kbps (95.3 KB/sec transfer rate)
Latency: 44 ms


We have Sky, but it's not plugged in, have tried router by itself (without filter), with firewall off but no difference.

Any help is greatly appreciated.

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  Reply # 325608 1-May-2010 17:58
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Forgot to add that I tried downloading a file this arvo but it failed after 5mb - firewall reported a UDP flood

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