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  Reply # 316770 10-Apr-2010 13:14
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So I have to change router. I just got a new one (Dynalink DTA1025we) free from slingshot with 24 month contact.

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  Reply # 316831 10-Apr-2010 16:31
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I'm afraid that if you want consistently good upstream speeds you'll probably have to get a router with a Broadcom ADSL chipset in it. There may be other chipsets which work properly, but Broadcom is your best chance.

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  Reply # 316900 10-Apr-2010 23:38
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die4once1: So I have to change router. I just got a new one (Dynalink DTA1025we) free from slingshot with 24 month contact.

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damn thats a nice line rate :0






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  Reply # 318144 13-Apr-2010 23:52
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I don't care that much about the download because I can barely max it out, I just want the upload to be 1mbit.

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  Reply # 318153 14-Apr-2010 01:26
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Getting a proper master filter/splitter installed to isolate the ADSL jack/line from all other jack points/devices/wiring at the point the line enters the house (demarc) is probably the only thing you could do that could make a difference.




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