I have a feeling that my DSL provider is lying to me, but I cannot find a technical rebuttal online. Can someone tell me if the following makes sense:
I have ADSL which is supposedly "up to" 16,000 kbps down and "up to" 1024 kbps up. However, my speeds are maxing out at 5,800 kbps down and, unfortunately, 330 kbps up (speedtest.net). I am mostly concerned about the upload speed here.
I upload large video files to a video provider. The files are sometimes 2 to 2.5 GB and will take up to 2 to 3 hours to upload on my 2Mbps upload speed cable modem. When that happens I cannot use my internet at all. Is there a way to throttle this upload to use, say, 80% of my bandwidth?
How would I setup internet connection in saucy salamander and how can I get apps using the sudo apt comands and yeah tell me some basic commands for like troubleshooting problems related to memory and HDD etc.
I bought a costar on sale and having a lot of problems. First it took several tries to connect to the internet and finally after I got it too it wouldnt find any service provider hooked into it (which it does).
Could anybody provide a bit more information as to why Windows (8.1 Home's explorer process) would need a direct connection to one of my ISP provider's machines?
I asked the provider for help but all they could say is that the connection is needed without being able (or willing) to elaborate more on any details .
My understanding is that the connections are handled by my ADSL router and don't see
If you are looking for broadband internet services then you should consider some points like what speed you are getting,what download,upload limit you are getting in your plan and what kind of services provided by your Internet service provider.
My Win 7 works 2 years without problem. But now, I can't transmit (send) big data on LAN/Internet.
- Ping anything
- Browse Internet, download files at full speed
- Send e-mails with very small attachments.
- Testing download speed on Speedtest.net, measure stable full speed.
- Testing upload speed on Speedtest.net.