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Upload speed My upload speed is terrible. Need to use the router for VOIP and I am getting about a 2,000 kps download and 50 kps upload. If i am linked directly to my modem I receive about 5,000 download and 450 upload. Please help. I have taken hours trying to find out the problem

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    Jason May 11, 2010

    Does the bandwith issue effect the VOIP? Have you enabled QOS? In most cases this will solve the VOIP Problems.

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Enable UPnP....UPnP can help make sure NAT works correctly for Xbox LIVE. Usually, this can be set on your router configuration web page, which is supplied by your router manufacturer. And, make sure UDP is open for the Xbox ports your using.

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Well, it's my speed. It' extremely slow. I've tweaked settings, looked on-line and nothing. Here's what it's speed is at: http://www.speedtest.net/result/521763566.png As you can see, the connection is...


Your description of your setup sounds like you have things configured correctly on your end.

The only way to get a higher upload speed would be to contact you internet provider and ask if they have any residential plans that offer higher upload speeds.

Internet providers normally limit the upload speed available to residential customers in order to discourage them from operating web server and other services from their homes.

Naturally, if you cough up the money for a business account then the higher speeds become available according to what you're willing to pay.

I actually read the fine print of my ISP's "Terms of Use Policy" and it specifically stated that residential customers are not permitted to operate servers. Seems to fall right in line with the lower upload speeds available to residential customers.

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Hello, there are several reasons too this, but the most common ones is:

- You have maxed out your bandwith.
Solution: Limit download and upload from filesharing. (need 256kBs free both ways to perform a good qualtiy voip call). Turn of web radios, webcams, video streaming. Encrypt wireless network

- Your Voip service provider cant keep alive registrasion link between their server and your voip device.
Solution: assuming you have both a modem and router, try to connect voip device directly to modem, if problem is solved you should try to upgrade firmware in router or by a new one (pref: Linksys). If problem still occures you should try to contact your broadband provider and get them to do a 24hr scan for datapackage loss on your connection (if they find datapackage loss, then its their job to fix the problem). If none of this works conntact your voip service provider and get them to send you a new voip device.

This is not a final solution, but it shold be a good guide to start with. i can give you much more detailed support on this issue, but then i need more details to analyse the problem further.

greetings

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Hiya Masklin... go in to network connections... there will probably be 2 connections showing.. if you are the only user through your router.. disable lan 2.. trying to get two connections through same port.. which is more than likely at fault.
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