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Usually uploading speed will be slow in any type of connection.It is
default.Uploading speed will be 1/4 fourth of downloading speed.So
uploading speed won't increase more than that.If you fee your internet
uploading speed is very slow,it is because of internet traffic.Try using
internet in non traffic time.Also try to avoid many downloads at
same.You can use latest browser for browsing.To check internet speed
visit the site Scanmyspeed.com
dial up is limited by many things. You really should consider upgrading to higher speed, it is the best money you will spend. How much is your time worth? Work on high speed for a week and you could not go back to dial up.
See the link below.
You should find this page on your router configuration where you can configure which port is open for which computer.
Its virtual server for your router. Look for NAT under Basic settings.
To fix this issue all you have to do is,You should open the bitcomet downloader portnumbers on the belkin router,you need to open default page by typing 192.168.2.1 in address bar. And also i would like suggest you to disable firewall on router and check for firmware update... It may be quiet difficult for you to do all this.please call tollfree number"belkin" and ask them to change these settings which i have mentioned.and it will definitely work..... .....Hope this is help full for you
hi welcome to fixya!
when it comes to internet, ADSL2 + router has really a big factor when in-terms of connections, because it helps to boost more speed. But the problem is it has nothing to do with the downloads I mean if your looking for a faster downloads it needs a high-speed bandwidth connection meaning it depends on the service provider where you attached to. And they have many types of a high-speed connection like: 512kbps, 1mbps, T1, 3mbps and etc. Just select on this type of connection from your ADSL provider and they would love to teach you the right configuration to have a faster download.
You might follow these instructions http://portforward.com/english/routers/port_forwarding/Belkin/F5D9230-4/BitComet.htm (although the creation of a static IP is not necessary) if you don't make it then you might have to change the IP you forward the port to depending on whether your computer's IP changes. (you can check that under the network page you find in control panel by highlighting the network you're connected to and looking in the bottom right corner of the window) (or by opening cmd through run and typing ipconfig).