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juicebox

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    Re: Slow internet speeds(suspucting wiring)
    « Reply #30 on: December 07, 2014, 08:25:31 PM »
    Yes standard and new phone cable

    I use the splitter to plug into the wall, one line is my computer and the other to the landline

    Yes I have use different cables and iv even tried to plug just the modem into the wall without the splitter no difference (is the another way to test the splitter)

    There has been no changes in my connection (download, upload .line attuation or noise.)

    There is alot hooked to the modem but when I am running tests I dissconnect all devices. Also tried nothibg plugged into it and cheaking the statics via my smart phone using wifi

    About the next question, im not sure what exactly your asking about the plug but ill try. The wire coming into my house is a single wire goes to my phone socket.
    I guess the phone socket it itself (the main sockets.where my splitter is plugged into..) is pretty old maybe that could be an issiue?

    I agree with you completly I want to figure this out myself now and I have already learned alot :)

    Hope this answered your questions
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      Re: Slow internet speeds(suspucting wiring)
      « Reply #31 on: December 07, 2014, 08:45:55 PM »
      Actually, I was not referring to the socket itself or the wires on the outside, so to speak (other side), of the socket.  Just wanted to review all related to what's connected to the socket via the splitter's plug inside the house on this side.

      Let me get back to you after a bit.

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        Re: Slow internet speeds(suspucting wiring)
        « Reply #32 on: December 07, 2014, 09:02:05 PM »
        Things connected to socket are a adsl2+ splitter. Connected to the splitter is a home phone that plugs into the power point(not a corless phone) that goes into the phone port of the splitter. The other thing connected to the splitter is my netgeat d3600 router/modem. Connected to the modem by lan cable is dvr for my security cameras. (They are wired in the roof power/video cord), my D-link 345 share ready NAS storage device (takes 2 lan ports) and my computer. Connected via wireless is, 4 smart phones 3 laptops and 2 Playstation 3's.

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        Re: Slow internet speeds(suspucting wiring)
        « Reply #33 on: December 07, 2014, 09:29:18 PM »
        It woui;d appear that the OP has done asll he can. Still not improvement.
        I don't know the rules about your country. But in many place the can not call it DSL or ADSL unless it has a speed much high that old dial-up modem. The old  standard  for DSL, at one time, was 1500 Mbps on download. That seed to be called T1 speed.

        The there is the question about the modem. This is hard to check.

        BTW; A lightning strike  protector, surge protector or whatever they have, can can ruin a DSL connection, If it is old or  damaged. This happened once to me.

        The meson you have top complain is that they do nothing unless you complain.
         'The squeaky wheel gets the oil.'
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          Re: Slow internet speeds(suspucting wiring)
          « Reply #34 on: December 07, 2014, 09:33:21 PM »
          Things connected to socket are a adsl2+ splitter. Connected to the splitter is a home phone that plugs into the power point(not a corless phone) that goes into the phone port of the splitter. The other thing connected to the splitter is my netgeat d3600 router/modem. Connected to the modem by lan cable is dvr for my security cameras. (They are wired in the roof power/video cord), my D-link 345 share ready NAS storage device (takes 2 lan ports) and my computer. Connected via wireless is, 4 smart phones 3 laptops and 2 Playstation 3's.

          Wow, I'll have to confess ignorance about a system/network that has so much stuff connected to it.

          But did you post previously that you had disconnected everything except your computer and checked the speeds up and down?

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            « Reply #35 on: December 07, 2014, 09:40:26 PM »
            Yes when ever I run any test ls that all gets dissconnect and I change the wireless password so no one can get onto it then I reeboot the modem with only my computer connected to it via lan
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              « Reply #36 on: December 07, 2014, 09:53:11 PM »
              Yes when ever I run any test ls that all gets dissconnect and I change the wireless password so no one can get onto it then I reeboot the modem with only my computer connected to it via lan

              Maybe it wouldn't be a bad idea to go through Microsoft's checklist related to the possibility of it being the computer itself.

              Have you seen their page on that?  Maybe you've already been through their checklist?

              I can dig it up from my notes, if need be.

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                « Reply #37 on: December 07, 2014, 10:01:37 PM »
                ok NOW IM SO CUNFUSSED!!!!!

                out of sheer bordom i though i would retry my out netcomm modem/router... the one i used only about 3 weeks ago that would drop wireless signalss constantly and was only giving me about 1.9 mbs dl and 1mbs up..... today i got

                Ping:17ms instead of 21ms on my new modem
                DL: 16.61
                UL:.88

                how does this even work?

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                  « Reply #38 on: December 07, 2014, 10:13:56 PM »
                  EDIT:  Actually, the first thing to consider is the speed test results are false, for some reason.  If not, then think about that which I wrote earlier down below.

                  You want to be careful when analyzing this latest development.  It may not be the unit itself.  It might be something done during the process of unhooking one unit and hooking up that old one.  This might be the break you've been looking for to solve this.  Think carefully if something you did during the change of units is something you hadn't done before.  Maybe even repeat the process back and forth a few times to see if it keeps happening. 

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                    « Reply #39 on: December 07, 2014, 10:21:01 PM »
                    Ok im going t have a really hard think and ill let you know... wish me luck
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                    Re: Slow internet speeds(suspucting wiring)
                    « Reply #40 on: December 07, 2014, 10:23:59 PM »
                    The modem.

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                      « Reply #41 on: December 07, 2014, 10:30:36 PM »
                      The modem.

                      Yeah, that jumps right out there, doesn't it?  And if that's the case, it would solve the problem.

                      Listen folks, I have to scoot for a bit.  I'll check in a tad later.  Anyway, I'm trying to save a Gateway from getting thrown into one of the Great Lakes, so I have to return pretty soon.

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                        Re: Slow internet speeds(suspucting wiring)
                        « Reply #42 on: December 07, 2014, 10:33:28 PM »
                        I used this old modem preiviiusly and got the same speed Im getting with the new one (2mbs ish) iv never seen speed like that on my computer... unless the sparky taking the home line helped it or something
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                        Re: Slow internet speeds(suspucting wiring)
                        « Reply #43 on: December 08, 2014, 12:18:24 AM »
                        Have you tried checking if its the Netgear router/modem is the problem in the first place? Do you experience the problem with all devices?

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                          « Reply #44 on: December 08, 2014, 02:42:41 AM »
                          Have you tried checking if its the Netgear router/modem is the problem in the first place? Do you experience the problem with all devices?

                          the odd thing is when i use using my old modem i was getting the speeds im getting now. but cause of wireless dropout and poor reception i got my new modem (Netgear d6300) and i stumbled across something that made me thing i should be getting better speeds after calling my isp they confirmed this. after alot of trouble shooting there was not alot of results. it was only today when i plugged my old modem in just to see what would happen i got these new amazing speeds haha

                          so im more than anything im confused and thinking it has to be a setting somewhere that is wrong
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