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Master Geek


# 42250 1-Oct-2009 14:52
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Just a question thats probly simple to every1 here,

Im currently on some kind of home plan for telecom, think it goes over the explorer plan. 10gig plan...

It says that the plan is not capped, unless i go over 10gigs, but basically i play a ps3 game, and depending on my upload speed is depending how much people i can host for the game... I would like to host more people, hence need a highed upload... (My ps3 is connected over the ethernet cable, so no wireless)

Will upgrading to adventure plan fix this? (The plan above mine) Or am i restricted because of how far i am from the exchange and what not?

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  # 260178 1-Oct-2009 15:18
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You will need to log to your router/modem's web admin page and go check the line stats and status to see what download and upload speed you're connected to the exchange at.

What modem/router do you have?



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Master Geek


  # 260217 1-Oct-2009 16:19
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Its a thomas or thomsa off the top of my head, sorry not at home atm, the wireless 1 that came with the extra plan...

Ok so after i do that, then what?

 
 
 
 


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  # 260309 1-Oct-2009 20:22
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Upgrading plans will not increase your upload speed.

For the router stats, put 10.0.0.138 (I think it's that) in your web browser and have a look around.

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