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Topic # 87394 28-Jul-2011 00:15
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why mite my internet be this slow

its been like this for a few days 

it is usually 3mbps





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  Reply # 498800 28-Jul-2011 09:08
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You may want to check to see whether you have ran out of data. Sounds silly but sometimes data usage creeps up on you.

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  Reply # 498823 28-Jul-2011 09:58
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Is this cable or DSL? Where are you located? Have you plugged anything new to your phone line? Have you replaced anything on your phone line? Is this PC connect via WiFi or ethernet?





 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 498890 28-Jul-2011 12:15
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it is dsl and i live in amberley, my lap top is connecting to the internet with wifi from accouple of meters away and i havnt changed anything lately.

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  Reply # 498892 28-Jul-2011 12:19
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Please run the test again connected via ethernet cable. Also post your modem stats.







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  Reply # 498982 28-Jul-2011 15:09
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i plugged the enthernet cable in and ran the test this is what i got

pretty much the same thing and my modem is a dynalink rta 1320 and i have a belkin wireless g router

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  Reply # 499638 30-Jul-2011 01:36
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these are my modem stats, i did the isolation test and still had the same results. maybe its something to do with the amberley area?


ADSL Speed (DS/US) 3936/160 Kbps
LAN IP Address 192.168.1.1
Default Gateway 218.101.61.97
Primary DNS server 203.97.78.43
Secondary DNS server 203.97.78.44

Firmware Version 3.30j
Boot Loader Version 1.0.37-0.6.8
ADSL Driver Version A2pB021g.d19b
Ethernet MAC Address 00:1B:9E:C5:92:EA
USB MAC Address 00:1B:9E:C5:92:EB
Memory Size 2MB Flash / 8MB SDRAM

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