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Re: engenious eoc2611 slow speeds when i changed internet...
No setting would have any effect on that. If you are downloading the same file from the same site on both wireless and wired, and nothing changed other than your ISP, then there is not much that can be said other than wireless is always questionable, anything in the environment including your neighbors moving furniture, or adding or changing their own wireless network can effect your wireless network. The connection to the wireless access point would not effect the speed of the wireless network. That being said if the tests that you are doing involve different files or downloading from different sites, keep in mind that Comcast limits the speed of connections to sites if they feel it is using too much bandwidth and the owner of the site does not pay fees to Comcast.
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If you can reset all the parameters, however if you know all the info I would suggest that you use something like a Belkin. You need the IP "name" for you, the connection password, and you really need to know what you are doing.
The only ISP that cannot easily be used with another modem is Sky as they deliberately use a different encoding. Yet again another reason NOT to use sky, it is difficult to monitor, and to use other equipment.
Without knowing how your EOC-2611s connect to your network, I can only speculate. But...assuming your 2611 plugs into the Comcast router... Check the Ethernet port status. It should be 100Mbps Full (Duplex). If it auto-negotiated to half duplex, that would explain your throughput issues.
I had this problem or similar. Verizon (in New England area) upgraded my speed to 7MPS Download and 1MBS upload. It was slower than the old speed. I called in Verizon and after a lot of back and forth - well, to be fair, they were good - it turns out that the router on their site was old. They unplugged us from it and put us on a newer faster router and Voila! Worth a shot.
What is your internet provider speed agreement? some people have 1 mb down or less, some have 10 and some have 60 or more. I am currently with FIOS at 60 MPS.
to check your download speed go to: speakeasy.net/speedtest select a city and check your download speed from at least 3 different cities. If it seems that everything is ok there, you might be downloading from a site with too many people logged in on it or the web site has a restricted download to allow many people to access file at the same time. If speak easy find a problem in your cable modem, you can be having problem with cable outside the house, 2 years ago, my cable was hit by lightning and it had to be changed 3 times, in this case you might need to call your internet provider
Make sure you are connected to your network on wireless and neighbor's
open a browser and go on to www.speedtest.net
click to check your internet speed Fios is pretty fast!
Your wireless if connected to your own network the speed is comparable weather wired or wireless!
Try these steps and let us know the results to further help you!
FIOS and DSL use different modems and or gateway devices. Sounds like you were using a DSL gateway device with networking setup and when you moved to FIOS, the tech did not duplicate your network on your new FIOS gateway. OR you had a 3rd party router e.g. Linksys that was removed from the setup when FIOS was installed.
Either way, Verizon is who you should contact. Just tell them your network went down after you moved from DSL to FIOS. Dont mention Microsoft or Livewebtv.
Is your laptop running Vista and the desktops running Windows XP or they all running the same software??? Also your problem is the fios router they come set up to be on a automatic channel search so there always searching for the best channel and you probably live in a brick house....Go to the settings for the router you can get to them easy with the software they downloaded to your computer its the fios help icon on your desktop and you can change the routers channel go to 7 or 11... If you have any questions just let me know also please rate me if you get a chance..
On the verizon FIOS tv box, turn the FIOS STB on, and turn on the tv, tap the following buttons on the Verizon FIOS STB )in this order) 1-Power, then Select, then Menu. This will bring up the FIOS STB HD options. Arrow down to 4:3 Bypass and set the bypass option to 480P. Hit power 2 times, once to turn off, second time to turn STB back on. This should on standard channels give you the zoom feature back. This worked on my Samsunf 5053 TV model.