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Need help to improve upload and download for a stable ping.

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I have a Netgear Gaming router and a wireless modem with 15 mbps upload speed though only 1 mbps download speed. Could anyone recommend any options? To boost the speed.

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9 minutes ago, axxru said:

I have a Netgear Gaming router and a wireless modem with 15 mbps upload speed though only 1 mbps download speed. Could anyone recommend any options? To boost the speed.

Whats the speed coming from your isp, How strong is your signal, is it possible to run an ethernet cable?

 

Also, Im pretty sure good up/down ≠ good ping

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4 minutes ago, axxru said:

Since i am unable to get nbn or adsl

I do not understand what type of router (Netgear gaming router model) and if you do not have NBN or ADSL what are you connecting to the internet with?


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the fact that you are using wifi is the largest problem here, get a cable if you can


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1 hour ago, mtz_federico said:

Its probably fiber then

or is it a wireless link to the internet? 

Sounds like a Cable TV subscription (Foxtel?), I do not know of any Optus WiFi Gateway plans, do you?

 

In which case yes, the OP could use the Netgear Wi-Fi Internet Range Extender (-click here-) alternatively use an Ethernet over Power/ Powerline Adaptor (-click here-).


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