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    Quote Originally Posted by DankBuddha View Post
    Is your modem an old DOCSIS 1.0 only or something? I pull like 20+ mbps down and bout 2.5 mbps up with comcast here in bumf* TN


    ummmmm how do i do know if its DOCSIS 1.0? Modem is a motorola surfboard. What service do you subscribe to, i know its comcast but like is it a 6/2, 16/2, etc.
    You may be better off in bumf* TN , im in the detroit area and bandwidth does get capped . I can feel it around certain times of day, during certain activity, and have tested this. It pisses me off.
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    This was just done at my business that uses a SMC business gateway router/modem combo.
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    Default Re: GA-EX58-UD3R wont connect to internet

    it doesn't matter really you can put 192.168.100.1 to connect to your modem and see how it's been set up as well as you s/n ratios and upstream and downstream power. use whatever the cheaper plan is probably the 6/2. I don't think many are on my neighborhoods head cause most people around here are retarded and use the crap dsl offered by the phone companies.
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    Indeed. It can vary greatly depending on who else is sucking up internet juice form your local loop.

    Virgin Media upgraded the network around here a while ago. The combination of newer tech (needing altered signal powers and in some cases new modems) and more physical cables means I get zero slow down now, even when everyone's home from work and the kiddies are playing The Sims online.

    Are you guys both in the states? I thought the UK was the king of the asymetrical broadband connection? Most US residents who I've seen speed tests for have an upload matching or near to their down speed. I guess it depends on the service. You still beat my connection by a large margin. It's 10Mbit down and 512Kbit up. Not ideal if you wanna send large emails.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Psycho101 View Post
    Are you guys both in the states? I thought the UK was the king of the asymetrical broadband connection? Most US residents who I've seen speed tests for have an upload matching or near to their down speed. I guess it depends on the service. You still beat my connection by a large margin. It's 10Mbit down and 512Kbit up. Not ideal if you wanna send large emails.
    I think FIOS (Verizon's fiber optic service) may offer symmetric speeds. Otherwise, I think most US residents are in the same asymmetric boat as the UK. Unfortunately, I'm not in an area where FIOS is offered. That being said, the mere fact that FIOS is out there and expanding has been a good thing for cable internet as it has forced cable to offer higher speeds. Competition is a good thing.

    Here's a snippet from an article I found...

    Verizon hits throttle on FiOS speeds
    By Mike Robuck
    CedMagazine.com - June 22, 2009

    Verizon has pushed up the speedometer on all of its FiOS data speeds and has added an additional tier, as well, as it attempts to combat the DOCSIS 3.0 offerings from cable operators.
    Verizon’s fastest downstream speed is 50 Mbps, which cable operators such as Comcast, Cablevision and Cox have either matched or surpassed with their DOCSIS 3.0 wideband offerings, but the company has added a new 35 Mbps speed. The new tier has the same 20 Mbps upload speed as the 50 Mbps and 20 Mbps tiers, but it is only available when bundled with Verizon’s phone or TV service.
    Verizon has increased the connection speed of its entry-level FiOS Internet service from 10/2 Mbps on the downstream and upstream to 15/5 Mbps, and the telco has raised the connection speed of its flagship, mid-tier offering from 20/5 Mbps to 25/15 Mbps.
    Verizon’s entry-level tier costs $45 per month when bundled with phone service, and $50 standalone, while the 25/15 Mbps service costs $65 bundled and $70 standalone.
    In the New York City metropolitan area, where Verizon competes with Time Warner Cable and Cablevision, FiOS Internet has a minimum speed of 25/15 Mbps, and the new mid-tier offering is 35/20 Mbps, but both are only available in bundles
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    Thanks for that. I've googled the full article to read.

    Competition is definitely the key, as is the public's awareness that their connection could be faster than it currently is. That leads them to question the value for money etc.

    Unfortunately the UK is way behind with regards to average broadband speeds. I thing the average is around 3.6Mbit/s according to OFCOM (communications industry independent regulatory body). Most of europe is hovering around the 10Mbit mark and places like Japan (60Mbit), Korea (46Mbit) and the UK's nearest european friend France (~20Mbit) are leaps and bounds ahead.

    It looks like the US isn't in the best position either, not as fast as I thought, coming in at an average of 6, maybe 7Mbit. Source: http://www.worldpoliticsreview.com/I...speedchart.jpg

    This can be excused IMO in the case of the United States. It's a whopper of a country with all kinds of differing terrain (some of it absolutely beautiful, may I add, but hard to cable at times ), climate, many different socioeconomic groups (rich, poor, middle class etc). I can see it being hard work to standardise the structure because of the sheer square mileage.

    Compared, the UK is tiny with a population just over 60 million. Sure we have some beautiful countryside etc but not exactly the same kind of adverse conditions. The worse we get is a "slight 70-80 MPH" gust of wind and a bit of rain. You'd think it would be easy to sort the infrastructure out. Problem is they're trying to cram ADSL own 40 year old + copper wires.
    Then there's the fact that until something called "Local Loop Unbundling" came in, the BB companies had to wholesale lines off of British Telecom (owner of the exchange to house section of the network). LLU allowed companies to add their own equipment and lines to exchanges and did also bring about a speed increase due to the nice new condition of the wiring. They also could modernised the line structure. They did things like get rid of the "bell wire". This bell wire was used when phone ringers used to need alot of voltage to ring. A call would come in and this line got pushed high and the phone rang. Removing this wire (a source of a lot of interference) increased speeds by up to 3-4Mbit for some.

    Sorry for the OT, but I find this subject truly interesting. We (UK, US, United Nations of Europe and friends inc Aus, Newzeland, all the "friendlies") tout this as the age of communication, yet up the road from me there's a few villages and some farms without any form of telephone, broadband, cable, nothing. One chap I know has satelite, but pays through the nose for it using an archaic "per MB" charging system.

    We should have the kind of Information Super Highway we deserve. A minimum of a 20Mbps SYMETRIC connection, preferably rising to 100Mbit + as upgrades and advances are made. Non of this typical "drip feeding" of faster and faster connections for a huge price premium". Solid, fast access, now.

    Again, sorry for the slight OT and long post.
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    your just trying to make everyone feel better...

    i did a test with dslreports earlier... one reported 149MB/sec and another did like 22MB/sec, this was only in two instances though, took screens of both , its hilarious. This is wrong though, every other time i test its between 4-8 down and 1-2 up



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    Default Re: GA-EX58-UD3R wont connect to internet

    You talking to me?

    Na, I am not lying about my connection. That was actually a "faster than normal" glitch above

    I am on satellite, here is another >>



    I pay $75-80 a month and the advertised speed plan is 1.2 Mbps/200 Kbps

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    Never intended to call you anything near a liar LSD. You could tell me increase my vcore to 1.9 if you would think it'd help and i'd take your word on it lol. I thought maybe that was a low-speed glitch as opposed to my high speed glitch.

    Mind me asking, what region u in to have to use satellite and get that type of performance for that crazy price??
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