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Low connection speed

Hey, experts... I hav a connection of 100 mbps LAN... I am gettin dwnld speeds of 0.26 mbps and upld speeds of 0.15 mbps... I hav a fair connection... I need to increase this!!! Earlier, I could get about 2 mbps or nearer... HELP!!! :-(

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    Bikram Ghosh Sep 05, 2009

    heeeyyyyy..!! I'v tested the download speeds... and it says the above info...!!!

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Ok without being there, not to many people can help you on this.

Your 100mbps LAN is how much your network can handle over all it's computers.

Find out what speed you are getting from your ISP. Then you have you accept that if you are on cable or dsl, that the more people on in your neighborhood/community the slower your connection will be.

I have a 20 Mbps connection from my ISP but my area is a busy network and i will typically only get around 3Mbps until after midnight.

Sorry if i'm right and if not you might want to find a local expert.

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Hello, the 100Mbps connection is to your router and not to the Internet. that means you can copy with a speed of 100Mbps(theoretically) between computers in YOUR network. You can test your Internet speed on www.speedtest.net, choose a nearby test point. If you paying for 2mbps and only getting 0.15 I suggest that you contact your Internet Provider because its very low if you paying for 2mbps.

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