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CallOfSnowGolem

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Hi, I would like to upgrade my wifi situation because im getting 5.65 MBPS download and 1.34 MBPS upload which for downloading stuff sucks.  

 

If people could recommend stuff to upgrade this (is that how this works you just "upgrade")

 

and cheaper the better. 

 

any more info i need to give i out i will just ask.

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Just now, CallOfSnowGolem said:

@Alaradia i did speed test and im using a TP-Link 500mbps

 

well then what are the test results? and was this on a computer connected to the wifi or via ethernet cable

 

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1 minute ago, CallOfSnowGolem said:

thats all it said

 

Try plugging into your router with a cable, then run your test. Probably the only way you are going to get faster speed would be to pay for a faster internet plan.


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Just now, CallOfSnowGolem said:

is there any other way would getting a better router do anything or is Ethernet the only way

 

were trying to figure out your base speed to see how fast your internet is since if a speed test on the cable gets the same as the one on wifi it means upgrading your wifi wouldnt help

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1 hour ago, CallOfSnowGolem said:

@Alaradia so what do i need to do

 

You need to find out what tier of service your paying for. It should say on your Bill or something. Because you might be maxing out on what your paying for. Especially if your on DSL. Whos your internet provider? 

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1 hour ago, CallOfSnowGolem said:

@Donut417 My father says we are getting the bussiness plan from time warner , but they have know changed names and the names of the plans so ya

 

I dont even think Comcast Business Class moves that slow. Sounds like you have some issue. Maybe your modem is out of date, or you have a line/signal problem. You can try in a web browser going to 192.168.100.1, this should get you to the modems status page. Look at the tabs on the top. Locate and go to the one that says signal. The signal page should look something like this: 

 

Downstream Bonding Channel Value
Channel ID
Frequency 633000000 Hz  609000000 Hz  615000000 Hz  621000000 Hz  627000000 Hz  639000000 Hz  645000000 Hz  651000000 Hz 
Signal to Noise Ratio 37 dB  38 dB  38 dB  38 dB  39 dB  38 dB  38 dB  38 dB 
Downstream Modulation QAM256  QAM256  QAM256  QAM256  QAM256  QAM256  QAM256  QAM256 
Power Level
The Downstream Power Level reading is a snapshot taken at the time this page was requested. Please Reload/Refresh this Page for a new reading
4 dBmV   3 dBmV   3 dBmV   4 dBmV   4 dBmV   4 dBmV   4 dBmV   4 dBmV  

 

Upstream Bonding Channel Value
Channel ID 58  57  59  60 
Frequency 29400000 Hz  35800000 Hz  23000000 Hz  16600000 Hz 
Ranging Service ID 14629  14629  14629  14629 
Symbol Rate 5.120 Msym/sec  5.120 Msym/sec  5.120 Msym/sec  5.120 Msym/sec 
Power Level 49 dBmV  50 dBmV  48 dBmV  48 dBmV 
Upstream Modulation [2] QPSK
[1] 32QAM
[3] 64QAM
 
[2] QPSK
[1] 32QAM
[3] 64QAM
 
[2] QPSK
[1] 32QAM
[3] 64QAM
 
[2] QPSK
[1] 32QAM
[3] 64QAM
 
Ranging Status Success  Success  Success  Success 

 

Signal Stats (Codewords) Bonding Channel Value
Channel ID
Total Unerrored Codewords 12574953425  12574950724  12574967236  12574978243  12574945469  12574946693  12574947681  12574948783 
Total Correctable Codewords 210  6059  2104  51  20  64  66  40 
Total Uncorrectable Codewords 707  5698  1323  551  685  617  711  718 

 

 


 

 

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Your cable modem has to operate in a certain range. If its running close to out side of that rage or is indeed outside the range then you can have speed and connection issues. If its not an issue with your modem or you line then its an over capacity issue with your node. If that lather is the case then you have to wait for your cable company to upgrade the node. 

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