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Topic # 194931 30-Mar-2016 21:05
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Orcon ADSL in Mt Eden

 

Tried rebooting modem several times, and laptop. Almost like I am capped at between 12-16 kb/s. Sometimes pages time out. Has been slow since morning.

 

Still well within monthly quota.

 

Anyone else experiencing the same? Has been fine until now.


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  Reply # 1522961 30-Mar-2016 21:08
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Congested upload?


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  Reply # 1522962 30-Mar-2016 21:09
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are you testing over wireless or fixed line, whats your router show for sync speeds etc







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  Reply # 1522996 30-Mar-2016 22:35
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Problem solved. I swapped out the Orcon modem for an old one I had in storage (BiPAC 7800DXL) - humming along now!

 

 

 

Maybe too many wifi users on the old supplied modem? Weird.


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  Reply # 1523019 30-Mar-2016 22:40
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More than likely congested upload. If your upload is congested then downloads will be affected too.







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  Reply # 1523029 30-Mar-2016 23:06
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Thanks everyone for the suggestions and assistance


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