Your download speed isn't anything to do with your modem. As long as you have a adsl 2 capable modem (which is pretty much standard now) your download speed is determined by the plan you are on with your service provider. To speed it up you need to upgrade your plan to a faster download speed with your service provider.
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Sounds it is your modem. I had a similar issue with my old one. I had a westell 6100F and now have a 6100G that helped. My company had to replace about 150 of line about 1000 Ft away from my house. The cable was in a storm drain and it was getting wet and interupting my internat connection.
1. Internet Service Providers (whoever you have your broadband connection with) are more and more limiting your download speeds via torrent to 20 or 30k. This is by design of your ISP and there is nothing much that you can do about and the reason they do it is to prevent people from downloading copyrighted materials.
2. If you have a legitimate reason for using torrent technology to download 1GB+ files often, then contact your ISP about it and tell them you are trying to download legal files of whatever it is you are trying to download and see if they will fix it. Probably not, however. In fact, they probably won't even admit to using sandvine to limit your download speeds. I know for one Comcast is doing this very thing.
this happens mostly when the network users are many..... check the number of computers you have on that same network line.... probably the larger number is responsible for the reduction in your bandwidth............... try to contact your network providers...
First check with your mobile provider if you are in a 3G covered area, the modem speed is the "maximum" speed that you can reach with it. The real speed is usually slower, and very much slower if you are working in a non 3G covered area.
open the internet explorer on the addresss bar put 192.168.100.1 then go to hack add on file adress file d11_m_speedtierextreme2_c01.cm then on ip server file put 22.214.171.124 the press change id then unplug the modem then plug it back the speed should be back
Your speed of 46.6kbps in very good for a modem as the maximum speed of any dial up modem is 56kbps, which is never obtained.
There is a programme that people use for speeding up the download speeds called 'On Speed' but a yearly fee is charged, all this does is compress the files that are being downloaded to speed them up.