I am using my ADSL Internet Connection especially for downloading files those past few months.I have even purchased an account at filesonic.However,the speed remain the same except that there are no waiting period and I can download multiple files at the same time.What are the tips for increasing downloading time? I am now using the latest 5.0 Firefox and Windows 7 and using or not using the download them all add-ons does not add much to the download time.
What about the telephone line cable? The position of the beetel modem, does that play a role in speed limit? Are there some hardware equipment that can cause a subsequent increase in download speed?
I have a wire ADSL connection and I use ADSL WiFi enabled router for distribute my internet connection with in my other devices (on my home network). When I downloading large files (more than 30MB) over the internet using my WiFi connection, my connection drop several times. However if I exchange large files within my WiFi network (with in home network via WiFi), my WiFi connection not drop (I can exchange 6GB files without any issue). Why is that? Is it my router issue or my ADSL connection issue? Most of the time after I lost internet connection, i can see my WiFi connectivity standby, it's not disconnect. However some time it completely disconnect. After I lost the connection (standby or completely disconnected) it again automatically connect.
I face this issue if i download large files on the internet, via the WiFi, if i download large files on internet using Ethernet cable, my connection not drop, it's stable. I use default wireless settings on my router? I use open WiFi connection.
Is the WAG320N iPv6 compatable ? ,or could it be with a firmware update ?.Is the X2000 in the same boat in iPv6 terms as th WAG320N ?.Is there a way of retrieving "UPTIME" / "DSL connection time" information from the WAG320N and also line attenuation stats etc.Wouldn't need the above but poor isp needs keeping an eye on.
1. I'm interested if it's possible to block certain contetn only at certain time ? e.g. We would like to block facebook from 7:00 to 10:00 and from 11:00 to 15:00. I was going through cisco manuals but can't find the right answer to this.
2. Cisco 871 has 4 LAN interfaces and one WAN interface. Currently WAN interface is connected to adsl modem in bridge mode and LAN 0 interface is connected to switch.
I'm interested if I could use remaining 3 LAN interfaces for adsl connections same as I'm using WAN interface. Then I would create vlans that would use LAN interface 0. Each of those VLAN's would use different adsl connection.I would assign different IP to each VLAN's so users would be able to change their gateway and use different ADSL connection.
My problem is that whenever I leave a torrent downloading for a few hours (using a wireless connection), my internet connection drops, both wired and wireless. I have to power cycle the modem and router to get things working again. When I plug my computer in with an ethernet cord and leave a torrent downloading, the connection doesn't drop.
How to stop my connection when streaming or downloading? i ve tried everything so far, i have updated the driver, i have placed the power managment to highest I have installed the proset etc.. I have windoes XP professional service pack 3.
I have a 2wire modem/router to connect to the internet. However, the ethernet controller on my Dell 8400 has a ? by it in the device manager. I'm told by the Internet provider that I need to download a driver to allow the connection. Which driver do I download? My network interface is listed as a Integrated Gigabit Ethernet (Product code IN - SKU - 430-0742). I've gone to the driver download page on Dell's website and entered my service tag, but I still don't really know which driver is needed OR if it's even listed. Broadcom-Driver
R87461.EXE (8MB) - shows optional, so I'm not sure if this is correct or not. By the way, the operating system is Windows(r) XP Professional.
I recently got cable internet that goes up to 20Mbps in download speed. I even went to an internet testing site to test the speed and got back a result of 17Mbps.Anyway, when I download a file, it's only downloading at 200KB/sec, and that's right after I tested the connection speed of 17Mbps. When I had DSL at 5Mbps, it went about 600KB/sec (which makes sense), now that I have this cable internet that's faster, the download speed is slower
I set up the e1500 and everything worked well, my download speed over the wifi was something like 50mps, now its down to .3 mps over the wifi. When I'm hardwired to the router the speed goes back up and everything is fine. The only problem is the wifi. Its not the ISP because my roommates aren't having a problem with their wifi at all. I haven't changed anything on my computer except updated some drivers since I set up the router. My network card drivers are up to date and so is the router's drivers. I'm also doing all this about 5 feet away from the router.
-E4200 connected via Ethernet cable (100Mbs) to local ISP for internet access -E4200 connected via Ethernet cable (1Gps) to my desktop PC -E4200 connected via wireless (5Ghz with WPA2 personal) to my laptop
In general, everything works fine, I can download files from internet to my PC close to the maximum speed limit (80-90Mbs), the wireless connection goes up to 300Mbs and it can achieve around 10-14MB/s file transfer between PC and laptop.A lot of the time the wireless connection to my laptop is used for HD content streaming from the desktop PC. It works very well until I start downloading files to my PC with speed greater than 50Mbs, when the wireless connection speed drops very fast to about 500KB/s which results in interruptions on the video streaming. At the same time the router’s web interface reacts much slower than usual, as if the router’s CPU is overloaded.
I’ve read this follow up review on Small net builder url...and it’s clear that there are some issues when taking E4200 to the limit, but in my case it’s nowhere near that.
I'm having an issue with my laptop. Although, from my provider, it should be possible to establish a connection at 25'000 kbit/s (download), max speed is at about 800 kbit/s. I'm only about 20 feet away from where the router is located and I don't use any phones (except for a cell phone). I read on this board, that I might have to change the wireless settings on the router and change the radio band but didn't manage to do so. I'm using Mac osx and a wireless connection.
Im just wondering if it would be possible to emulate an adsl connection on a server. What i mean by this is if we were testing a vpn or something they would have to connect through this box on the network and act as if it were a ppoe connection. Has any ever done anything of a similar nature? Is it possible at all?
I have been having a weird connection issue for a week or so.The problem is at the first time i boot up my modem it simply cant connect.DSL Line LED keeps blinking- handshaking and training as it says in modem config page.After maybe 5 minutes or 2 hours, totally random.It picks up the connection, i can use it for hours until it randomly drops down once again.Ive contacted my ISP and they came over two times, they state the line quality is not suitable for my connection speed and it will be solved if i drop down my connection speed.Doing that is a painful process cause there is no other speed/quota package suitable for me, so i wanted to ask you people about it before i take action.
My modem is a Dynalink RTA1320 and i tried with another modem, tried mine in a friends house.Plus i went to the place where the cable enters my house and tried over there too, it didnt work as it should pick up in about 20 seconds.Here are stats my modem shows in the config page.[CODE]
i have a problem with my adsl line connected on a HWIC-ADSL on router 2901 it was working good until yesterday the atm interface is down but the interface dialer is up .i connected this line into home adsl modem and the line is working good?
I have a 'DSL-2640U WIRELESS G ADSL2+ 4-PORT ROUTER'.I was using a DSL connection earlier, now I have moved to a ADSL connection.And I have been told by the service provider to get a different router with an ADSL input port.Can I use the same router for the ADSL connection using any converter or connector.
The aDSL circuit is up and connected and I can reach the internet, however not all sites on the internet are reachable. This is occurring on two seperate 887VA’s and the circuit has been tested with a netgear router and no issues occur. The router has been tried on 5 different ADSL connections and the same problem occurs although more websites can be reached on a home broadband connection (ADSL2+ Annex A) as opposed to the problem being more severe on an ADSL2+ Annex M circuit. The problem seems to affect websites that are full of adverts more than sites that have single domain landing pages.
The sites that I cannot reach are pingable. This happens on multiple machines behind the router. The same config is used on an cisco 877-M router with no issues.
! Last configuration change at 14:52:30 UTC Wed Feb 13 2013 version 15.2 no service pad
what will be the work around on this configuration.currently we have a Lease Line connection on serial interfaceISP <=SERIAL=>Router 2911<=ACCESS MODE=>Firewall(DATA DHCP SERVER located here, policy implemented here)<=TRUNK MODE=>CORE Switch(VLAN Assignment is here)<=TRUNK MODE=>ACCESS Switch(DATA and VOICE passess thru each ports)i am thinking to create a DHCP pool on the router to where my firewall should point to and from the DHCP pool it will point the internal network going to public network.
We have an ADSL2+ line from a WIC in a 1841, everything has been fine for the last few years and then the last few months the connection going down. When checking the interfaces the ATM0/0/0 is up up and the same for the dialer interface we are using, they are both up/up, but this still needs a reload of the router to be functional again, shutting the interfaces does not bring the connection back up.
I am not an expert on ADSL lines, I have never really had a problem with anything previously. The router was running Netflow to a network monitor wondering if this or logging was causing an issue with entries in the buffer??
Here is an output of show dsl int, would change the firmware, it has been fine all this time before though we are running IOS 12.4(24)T1 advseck9-m, as far as I can seen from our ISP the config for ADSL is all correct. [Code]
We have a few WAN connecting sites to ISP using BGP. we are looking at getting backup link for 1 site.
We have decide to use an IP WAN ADS L link. we will have 877 and 2800 for each link. from understanding, we have a static routing on IPWAN service. means when both BGP WAN and IP WAN connected to the ISP. ISP will use ADSL as primary ignore the BGP link. so other sites will see a BGP route coming from ISP via the ADSL link for this location.
So we have find a manuel solution, leave ADSL unplugged of power but setup same LAN ip address and connect the cable towards the core switch. when WAN link fail, switch on ADSL. So the static route will advertise to the rest of sites.
just want to know is there any auto solution can disable the ADSL link/ ppp link when the 2800/WAN route is up. and enable the ADSL port when the WAN is down. not sure if HSRP/backup interface/tracking will work? and how?
site office switch - > 2800 - > ISP - > ADSL -> ISP (need this link to be backup and protocol down, so the ISP will not able to connect to this link and advertise as next hop)
I Got a new ADSL connection,They provided a ADSL Modem. To connect tot he ADSl i have to enter the username/password in the PC....in this case how can i make this ADSL connection to wireless? coz Me and my friend want to use the same connection.
I have a 3G USB modem connected to my desktop and I would like to share the internet connection to other devices wirelessly using the WAG120n ADSL router. How do I set up the IP's manually on the router and my PC to do this? And which other setting do I need to set?
Recently, i bought a LinkSys WAG120N ANNEX-A to replace my old speedstrem4200. Well everything was fine, but after 2 days of it installed, it started to drop my ADSL connection.
Sometimes, it remain connected for 4-5 hours, then drop, or sometimes, it drop every 30min-1hour.I tried upgrading the firmware to 1.00.16, but no luck, it still drop the connection.I have 3 computer plugged to the router via cable(wired) plus 1 netbook(wireless) and 1 ipod (wireless).Sometimes, when 1 computer is turned off, it seem to make the ADSL connection drop when the LAN light turn off. I noticed everytime it drop the ADSL connection, in the logs, i get this:
I have a SR520W-ADSL-K9, I´m trying to setup it trough CCA, but I have some troubles. At the internet connection I mark PPoE option, enter the vci=0, vpi=35, the username, the password (like the ISP TELMEX suggest), and mark the IP Negotiated option, but I have not find the ISP service give me an IP Address and establish the connection.
I have this adsl wireless router but my internet connection only has RJ45 directly connected to my PC. My questions is how can I use my ADSL wireless router with this kind of internet connection.. because I really want to make my connection wireless..
I have a Netgear DG834G v3 ADSL router which I have had since early-2007.
When I work from home I connect to office networks on a Win7 machine via a Rackspace-provided VPN using Cisco System VPN Client 5. It works well, except for one issue that is costing me time every working day.
I get intermittently disconnected from the VPN, without any warning or apparent reason.
Since I bought the router 5-6 years ago I have had no need to update firmware, so other than ISP configuration I have had no need to change the router at all and I can say it's worked well for me.
What would be the reason for my VPN connection dropping? Is this an ISP issue (my ISP is Carphone Warehouse/TalkTalk) that I have to take up with them or is it more likely a hardware problem with my router or a VPN configuration issue?
My instincts are to not look into VPN config at the moment as I know a colleague who uses the same VPN through a different router and ISP can stay connected for hours, even overnight.