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Ok I have adsl2 on my pc. Why is my upload speed only going at 22.35KB/s every download.. I should be getting 900KB/s

 

PLease help! :P

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Ok I have adsl2 on my pc. Why is my upload speed only going at 22.35KB/s every download.. I should be getting 900KB/s

 

PLease help! :P

Hello Jeoff,

You will get a faster download if you specify Save instead of Run when you download.At least that has been my experience.

Good Luck,

:) davey

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Hello Davey,

 

I'm trying to upload 500mb to my own dedicated server.. Not downloading :)

 

Thank you

Sorry, I thought you were having program download troubles.

Maybe your server thinks it is dealing with a 56kbs modem?

Sounds like the speed I use to have on my modem if the server was being nice to me.

:) davey Lets see 1440 min. per day X 60 sec.... better call home.. let them know I'll be late....hmm

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So how would I fix that !?

 

I have no problems downloading

 

In fact I can download at 15 MB/s from any other server!

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So how would I fix that !?

 

I have no problems downloading

 

In fact I can download at 15 MB/s from any other server!

You are beyond my comprehension, Jeoff.

There are server operators who cruise by here evey now and then.

But on a Monday morn,nice spring time weather,who knows.

Out of my league !

:) davey

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Ok I have adsl2 on my pc. Why is my upload speed only going at 22.35KB/s every download.. I should be getting 900KB/s

 

PLease help! :P

 

Your upload speed isn't the same as your download capability. For instance, whereas many 8MB/s broadband deals enable a 1.3MB/s upload capacity, which means the maximum upload speed is 130Kbp/s. However, most ISPs offer a far slower upload rate and most standard broadband users will only be able to upload at around 40Kbp/s, max.

 

Also, the upload speed is degenerated by two things: whether you are downloading at the time of uploading and, secondly, the speed the remote server will enable you to upload.

 

Chris/vnunet.com

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My Speedtest results

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Those are ideal numbers and the upload speed is dependent on the FTP site you are going to.

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