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can download speed and upload speed be adjusted?

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Hi all,

 

Can I allocate the upload speed more than the download speed originated assigned by ISP?

for example:

I subscribe to 1Gbps download speed and 500Mbps upload speed internet

 

can i personally change to 500Mbps download speed and 1Gbps upload speed?

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No.


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The speeds you have been given by your ISP is controlled by your ISP. You'd have to contact them to get the speeds changed.


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4 minutes ago, jumbo9i0 said:

Hi all,

 

Can I allocate the upload speed more than the download speed originated assigned by ISP?

for example:

I subscribe to 1Gbps download speed and 500Mbps upload speed internet

 

can i personally change to 500Mbps download speed and 1Gbps upload speed?

Why would you want to send that much data, but not be able to get data that fast...?


Did you test boot it, before you built in into the case?

WHY NOT...?!

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Not from your end, no. You might attempt to contact your ISP and see if they offer plans tailored to upload, though they'll likely ask extortionate level prices, if they even offer such a service.

Your only other option would be a different ISP, or a different plan with a larger upload bandwidth.


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Just now, Uptivuptiz said:

The speeds you have been given by your ISP is controlled by your ISP. You'd have to contact them to get the speeds changed.

... add in that the majority of consumer ISP customers do more downloading than uploading.


Did you test boot it, before you built in into the case?

WHY NOT...?!

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Back in DSL days I heard of people hacking their connection speeds to be faster, but I also was a culpable kid so if anyone is willing to explain if/how this was possible I'd be thankful. I guess even today you could do it, however the ISP's hardware should be well protected and you'd risk a lot, not to mention the knowledge required for such thing. Using normal methods there's no way to do this because no matter how fast you want to send/receive, your provider will let through only a limited amount of data either way.

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1 hour ago, Loote said:

Back in DSL days I heard of people hacking their connection speeds to be faster, but I also was a culpable kid so if anyone is willing to explain if/how this was possible I'd be thankful. I guess even today you could do it, however the ISP's hardware should be well protected and you'd risk a lot, not to mention the knowledge required for such thing. Using normal methods there's no way to do this because no matter how fast you want to send/receive, your provider will let through only a limited amount of data either way.

At the risk of getting banned by your ISP, I wouldn't...


Did you test boot it, before you built in into the case?

WHY NOT...?!

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