asked 2 years ago viewed 217 times active 2 years ago Visit Chat Related 2Why is my ADSL download speed lower than my upload speed0I can’t connect to my adsl modem2What In the Draytek router, on the QoS screens there are parameters for inbound bandwidth and outbound bandwidth. You gotta limit the uploads or get a better line… –BlueCompute Nov 18 ’14 at 17:24 Short answer (although not helpful at all) – nope. I’ve never heard of “DrayTek Vigor” maybe a UK thing, not Japanese that we use in the states.

You may have too much traffic volume. -geo [Edit]Something that just came to me, make sure your QoS rules are only applied to the WAN interface and not the LAN.[/Edit] 0 You can use a subnet calculator if you don’t understand subnetting (you should learn if you don’t know already). First off, I need to figure out if this is normal. This will allow you to specify the priority traffic going to the internet. -Geo

I use speedtest.net all the time; great site!

I would still post the Hijackthis log so any signs of a trojan can be checked for dvk01, Oct 16, 2003 #4 This thread has been Locked and is not The cost would either be borne by Demon or Demon would pass it on to me. Is it too late to swap to Third person from First?

First off, I need to figure out if this is normal. Bibliografisk informationTitelBusiness Information Systems: Technology, Development and ManagementFörfattarePaul Bocij, Andrew Greasley, Simon HickieRedaktörerAndrew Greasley, Simon HickieUtgåvaillustreradUtgivareFT Prentice Hall, 2008ISBN027371662X, 9780273716624Längd710 sidor&nbsp&nbspExportera citatBiBTeXEndNoteRefManOm Google Böcker – Sekretesspolicy – Användningsvillkor – Information After many phone calls and tests, Demon said that the resistance on the copper line connecting my house to the exchange is too low to support a full signal without dropping I never heard of this one there may be an issue with it. 2.

OpenReach is owned by BT Group, but BT has to be treated as just another customer, and you are not a customer as far as OpenReach is concerned. You could try asking for a “lift and shift”. The second 10 minutes is during an auto-backup of a video to Google+ (which seems to take far longer than I would expect).Timeout was set to 5 seconds; and all timeouts Why is ammonia more basic than acetonitrile In what order would light bulbs in series light up when you close a long circuit?

Then run a continuous ping on your ISPs gateway. I have observed this cause only 100ms of extra latency in some installations and as much as 60s of extra latency in others. But, you have a frame work. this will give a real upload and download numbers (if you do this during low internet activity from your site).

Once the data hits your modem it will be all FIFO (first in first out), so that’s why you want the saturated queue in your QoS device where you can control https://community.spiceworks.com/topic/157849-high-pings-when-uploading You should also check the speeds some of your neighbours are getting by asking them or by entering your postcode at broadbandspeedchecker.co.uk. It makes sense to go with whichever supplier seems to offer the best speeds locally, though this does not guarantee that you will get a good connection. However, if the fault is in the local loop, this may not solve the problem.

Staff Online Now DaveA Trusted Advisor Macboatmaster Trusted Advisor Advertisement Tech Support Guy Home Forums > Internet & Networking > Web & Email > Home Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums It maybe a duplexing /speed negations. A company I worked for had something similar to your scenario except it was at a large hotel with about 400 rooms. WiMax is apparently of no interest to the British government, and you will struggle to find a local service.

I quickly noticed it was not performing well and looked at the documentation. Our expert industry analysis and practical solutions help you make better buying decisions and get more from technology. It is most frequently seen on the upstream, this is likely due to the upstream bandwidth being lower than the downstream bandwidth. You should be able to get the gateway IP from either the web interface of the modem or looking at your modems subnet mask.

If you’re not already familiar with forums, watch our Welcome Guide to get started. Andrew Greasley is Lecturer at the Business School, Aston University. Demon is your internet service provider (ISP), but it sounds as though your broadband is actually provided by BT Wholesale.

We have a Dell PowerConnect 3448P, so I’ll try and find some error logs.

There is no guarantee the router is going to do any better. And I do have to say this; you may want to check into increasing your outbound bandwidth. From what I can guess from the docs, they have 4 queues setup, probably in a WRR configuration (nowhere does the docs say this, its only an educated guess). Click here to join today!

Join Now We’ve suffered from intermittent poor internet performance for months, and just when I think I’ve cracked it, the problem comes back. By creating an account, you’re agreeing to our Terms of Use and our Privacy Policy Not a member? Also understand that QoS only works effectively on transmit, data entering from the internet will not be restricted unless you use ingress filtering. This will dump all traffic that does not fall in the “other” queue definition to the first queue.

We are running Kazaa but file sharing has been disabled, I have Black Ice Defender as my firewall, I have changed my internet password but nothing is helping some days we If the network is fine and the local loop passes the test, the fault may be at the exchange. The usual culprit is Google+ on Android doing AutoBackup of photos + videos.Here is a graph of ping times to the router, google.co.uk and sky.com for 20 minutes. SO if the ping is waiting to come back into the network it could cause this latency even though you are downloading.

If they are not, what would be my next step? 0 Chipotle OP Adam Rush Oct 1, 2011 at 8:43 UTC I’ve setup QoS now, but it doesn’t

ADSL Uploads Going Through The Roof! Please Help.