I'm experiencing slow upload speeds. According to speedtest.net my download is roughly 10mb/s which is what I am expecting. However, after roughly 1-2 minutes wait 'connecting' to the upload test, the results range between 0.4 - 0.6 mb/s.
The delay on the upload test is consistent on all of the popular speed test websites. There is no change in upload speed / connection delay when turning off Windows Firewall or AVG.
I have downloaded "DU Meter" and noticed that when the upload test is connecting the upload speed reaches roughly 150-200kb/s and also when I tried sending a file to myself on wetransfer.com the DU meter showed a rough upload speed of 150 - 200kb/s and spikes of up to 400kp/s.
I should be receiving 3.45mb/s according to speedtest.net. (I'm on the broadband L package). The reason I need a higher upload speed is Skype always has a slow upload rate and says the video sending quality is poor.
Running Windows 7 x64bit and have AVG Free Edition.
(Taken From Mark_Wilkin Post) Inside the modem are various web pages that contain useful information about your connection. When reporting a connection fault it may be useful to include some of the information found within these pages. To view them open up your web browser and type http://192.168.100.1 into the address bar and press Enter.
The main information the Support team are interested in are the Downstream Power Level/Levels, Upstream Power Level and Downstream SNR (called RxMER on some modems). Depending on the model of modem you have this information will either be located in the ‘Signal’ page or the ‘Downstream’ and ‘Upstream’ pages.
Please note some modems will require you to log in before you can view these pages. The login details for both the username and password is root.
If using Netgear VMDG280 Visit http://192.168.0.1 enter password when prompted (This can be found on a sticker on your VMDG280) Click on the Connection and paste the information there. If using Netgear VMDG480 Visit http://192.168.0.1 username admin password changeme if you then click on advanced settings, and choose connection and copy and paste all details
can you also post the event log.
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It was a bit of a nightmare managine to copy and paste the first set of text, so after about half an hour of painstakingly slow image upload speeds here are the results (hope this is right and works etc.)
I have checked your connection and can see that your network segment has recently been affected by low upstream SNR, this would have caused your speed to slow and your connection to potentially drop altogether. This was raised to our Network Team under the reference F001812698 and was closed down as fixed today. Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience this may have caused you.
FYI, The upstream max traffic rate you posted here (ie. 1mb) is correct for the service tier you are on, I am unsure why speedtest.net would advise you should be receiving 3.45mb.
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Today I upgraded my broadband to 50Mb (XXL) and immediately tested my connection via http://speedtest.net. The download speed is about 49.9Mbps which is better than expected. However, the upload speed is about 0.8Mbps (which is 50% lower than the promised upload speed of 1.75Mbps). I tested it on a wired connection. Customer support are clueless. Restarting the modem didn't help.
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