D-link DIR 635. Upload speed is sometimes very low
I use a D-Link DIR-635 router. My upload speed is sometimes very low, most significant on Windows XP computers. (downlaod always OK). It is not a modem problem.
I use USB Canon LBP5000 printer connected to main compupter. Sometimes printing from other computers takes very long. Could this be a router problem?
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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
To change any settings on the router, you will need to access the router set up. Do you have any computer connected to the router with the cable? If not then you will need connect the computer to the router. open the setup page and change the settings. Click Here for step by step instruction
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.
I am assuming that you can connect to your router's web based interface (192.168.0.1).
On a PC LAN wired to the router, open a browser;
Log-in username/admin and password/(blank);
Go to Tools > Misc and the option to select the WAN speed (bottom);
Lock the speed down on the WAN port of your router to 10Mbps (Some versions do not have this feature).
Hope this works for you.
If not pls post back with your modem brand/model. You may also want to log the IP settings (IP Add, Subnet Mask, Default Gateway, DNS Servers) of the PC that is directly connected to the modem when you can access the Internet when not using the router.
Good luck and kind regards.