Modem indicates that modem speed is 7mbps, but internet is actually running at slower than dial up. Started having this problem when ISP upgraded me from 3mbps to 7mbps, also now modem has to be reset several times to get internet light to come on. Same problem whether connected to ethernet or wirless, and have same problem regardless of which computer I connect. ISP says no problem whith their end and as I say above when connecting to check modem indicates it is getting the 7mbps from provider.
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Re: internet speed not as indicated by modem
Problem occurs usually after upgrade of internet speed. contact your ISP again, ask them to check for latency or dropped packets within their network. they need to run a traceroute from their end and it would also be better if you can run a traceroute from your end. also run a speedtest through speedtest.net or speakeasy.net. There's also a possibility that the modem is becoming faulty. If your ISP provided you the modem it's still best to contact them for possible replacement.
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I have the same modem but with another supplier. I have had the same experience as you and it is probably not your equipement. The activity light as you describe it is normal, it flashes when in use. The issue is most likely with the cell tower and the wireless connection. There are two things you can do without much effort. One is to hold the power button for 3 seconds and get it to reset. Then touch it again to get it to come back on. Sometimes that will get you on a different port on the cell or refresh the connection. The other thing you can do is try to move the router around to different spots in the room, preferably up higher or in direct line with a window.
Another thing is to get a range extender or different modem but Verizon will have to help on that, they may have a solution for you, but it will cost you. Call them and report it as intermitten connectivity. Try and get to an advanced tech support person who can actually reset the connection and look at the information on their system for that specific cell. Don't let them tell you it is your equipement. Ask for a level II or level III tech. Have them check their whiteboard and see if there are issues in that area with the internet. In my area they all went to 4g and my modem is on 3g so they used the available ports on the cell for the newer 4g circuits and 3g got slower. Although the service is usually rated a 3meg it hardly never runs at that speed and most of the techs will be happy to see you get 75% of the service, You can run a speed test using speedtest.com and see the speed. Unfortunately that is the nature of wireless connections in the US. Some improvements are starting to come up with the newer 4g and lte and some day we may get as fast as other parts of the world. Verizon will consider it a valid connection if it is above 100kbp or just twice as fast as dial up. My connection goes down to 60-70kps at times or near dialup speeds.
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yes of course.. connect your mobile to the computer via connectivity cable, blue tooth or infrared. setup a new connection and enjoy.
note: you need to get access point settings from your network carrier. for further problem you will have to cantact your customer care of your network carrier and get help from them since all the carriers have different settings..
Assuming that Windows has recognized the modem, and has loaded the correct device-drivers, Windows can use the modem.
You'll need to find an Internet Service Provider that provides "dial-up" service.
You'll need to have a land-line telephone (not a cell-phone) with your local telephone-company.
Connect a 4-wire cable (not an 8-wire Ethernet cable) from the "line" port on the modem to the telephone wall-jack.
Then, follow the instructions given you by your Internet Service Provider to configure your modem to connect to their dial-up server. Or, telphone them, and their Technical Support staff will guide you through the necessary configuration steps.
First of all, test what your actual speed is - for instance at http://www.4nettech.com/corp/internet-speed-test.html . If that shows that your Internet connection is fast, try cleaning up your browser, use Firefox instead of Internet Explorer, run a registry cleaner. Also temporarily turn off your antivirus program and visit one or two well-known safe sites (don't browse the Web in general without antivirus!) and see if the antivirus might be the culprit.
Dialup phone lines usually only transmit a minimum of 8 Baud. NetZero's high speed (5X) faster is done by caching pages you have already visited, not actially running internet but loading pages faster on your computer. Check your modem setting, 56k, 112K are normal speed setting to connect. Check your actual connection speed, 28.8 is probably all that you are getting on dialup.
Actually a router will not improve your speed, unless you are upgrading from one speed to a faster speed. A router is a device that controls the 'traffic' on your network. In the simplest explanation it 'routes' the uploads/downloads/etc across your network. It also enables you to have multiple computers access the internet through the same internet access such as dial-up modem, cable modem, satellite, DSL, etc.
If you are running a 56K modem for your internet connection, the only thing you can really do to improve your connection speed is to obtain a software program that accelerates the download.
There are different types of 56K modems, and some do have faster overall speeds but the speed is not a huge change.
If I am misunderstanding your question, please provide more details and I will be happy to respond with further details.
As you have changed the router still the connection speed is slow, in this case it's better to contact your ISP get the line tested or a proper signal strength.
Also conduct a speedtest by going to the website internetfrog.com....indications are towards a line fault.
If the image quality is poor while transmitting video over the Internet
using video enabled programs such as MSN Messenger, Yahoo! or AOL
Instant Messenger, your connection speed to the Internet directly
affects the image quality of the transmitted video. Corporate LAN,
DSL/cable modem connections will result in the best image quality
experience, while dial-up connections may result in choppy and overall
poor quality because of the slower connection speed. Even broadband
connections such as DSL/cable modem may experience choppy video at
times because of Internet traffic or slow upload speeds. If the image
appears clearly in the camera software, most likely your Internet
connection may be responsible for the poor image quality in your video