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Topic # 58389 10-Mar-2010 17:42
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OLD PROBLEM RESOLVED
I HAVE A NEW PROBLEM NOW
how to fix this? http://www.pingtest.net/result/12217767.png
its a wired rj45 connection to the modem and it only happens on this computer as other computers are working fine.

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  Reply # 306031 10-Mar-2010 18:22
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A speedtest much lower than your sync speed would probably indicate congestion on the backhaul network from the exchange to the ISP or congestion in Vodafone's network on the route to the Auckland speedtest server (Auckland speedtest server is hosted by Xnet).

Try some other speed tests and downloads to double check speeds:

http://zeus.jetstream.co.nz/
http://speedtest.slingshot.co.nz/
http://www.consumerspeedtest.org.nz/

Also remember residential internet is a shared network best effort service with no gaurantee of minimum performance.  There is x backhaul and isp bandwidth available and y users at peak time it's fairly likely you will not achieve your full sync speed (think motorway in rush hour) especially on international downloads.

However, for a local download/speedtest your 1Mbit result vs your 6Mbit sync speed is fairly crap.

PS:  Remove the spaces from your links and utilise the link icon in the editor!



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  Reply # 306040 10-Mar-2010 18:58
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Hey Ragnor
when i use my hwawei modem (FREE one from vodafone) i get around 12-15 sync speeds and around 1-1.8mbps on rapidshare

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  Reply # 306080 10-Mar-2010 21:15
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Your sync rate seems low have you set you new modem to connect as ADSL2+ looks like your sync speed is synch as ADSL1



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  Reply # 306081 10-Mar-2010 21:29
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uhm i tried it on a dif computer and even thou the sync speeds were the same i got 8.0mbps on speed tests and around 1-1.3mbps with IDM
I HAVE A NEW PROBLEM NOW
how to fix this? http://www.pingtest.net/result/12217767.png

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  Reply # 306106 10-Mar-2010 23:29
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So you only have issues with this one computer and you have other computers at the same location that are completely fine?

What OS is it running? What SP? Latest drivers for the NIC? Memory and CPU all okay? Checked Peformance stats?

Any errors reported on the NIC in eventvwr (assuming windows)



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  Reply # 306115 11-Mar-2010 00:09
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its all fixed now just use a registry cleaner and its perfect

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  Reply # 306121 11-Mar-2010 00:22
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And do you know what it was that it removed? Just for future reference if anyone comes looking ;)



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  Reply # 306261 11-Mar-2010 13:27
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i forgot i was play cod 4 mw2 before and had net limiter on....
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  Reply # 307831 16-Mar-2010 14:27
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Yes that would help.... Theres always a chance that problems are on the local side of the connection. However local speedtests go through APE, which is a reasonably big switch by NZ standards but might also be congested oneday. Nationwide speeds can vary by the time of day quite a lot, although should be faster than international.




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