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  1. Could the cause be... https://www.speedguide.net/read_articles.php?id=125
  2. Hi wrc, I forgot what your advertised speed is. Please do a speedtest and post. Also check to ensure your signal cables and devices are plugged firmly and not placed near to other electrical devices - keep modem and router a few feet apart.
  3. When your subscription for Norton comes to an end, you may want to consider the findings in this link: http://www.techsupportalert.com/free-vs-paid-av.htm
  4. There are a few info you need to find out before you can tweak: What are your ISP advertised speeds? What is your comp's present settings with regards to MTU, RWIN and latency? Is your comp free of viruses, spyware and malware? To answer the 2nd question, do this test and post: https://www.speedguide.net/analyzer.php To answer the 3rd question, you need to scan and make sure you are clear.
  5. Guys, This was the link I found on DWAY when assisting angela641. She said she has the pro plan: http://hns.getdway.com/HNS/Rooms/DisplayPages/LayoutInitial?Container=com.webridge.entity.Entity%5BOID%5BA88DE5C756665B4FA1951234C6C9B659%5D%5D I gave her a ccs file for MTU 1460 to try at this post: http://www.testmy.net/forum/t-12072.15 If your MTU is 1500, you need a new ccs file.
  6. I think you meant 127776 in TCP Optimizer as it is a multiple of MSS 1452. So is your MTU 1492? What are your ISP's advertised speeds for download and upload? The most important settings are DefaultReceiveWindow and DefaultSendWindow. Why are they left blank? GlobalMaxTcpWindowSize should not be blank but should follow TcpWindowSize.
  7. What are the values in your ccs file for the following: DefaultReceiveWindow DefaultSendWindow GlobalMaxTcpWindowSize TcpRecvSegmentSize TcpWindowSize
  8. Try setting your ccs file with this: DefaultSendWindow - 16384
  9. I use both: first with TCP Optimizer and then Cablenut. It is like TCP Optimizer gives you a general tuneup, and then Cablenut is used for fine tuning. There are 3 parameter fields that cannot be manually tweaked by TCP Optimizer but accessable in Cablenut: DefaultSendWindow GlobalMaxTcpWindowSize TcpWindowSize
  10. I don't do clean up. Use any hard disk for 2-3 years and it's capacity will become too small. I will then buy a new hard disk, and the old one becomes a backup data disk.
  11. Here are a few tweaks that are not mentioned for Cablenut and TCP Optimizer. Please try and let us know if they are useful: http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/infocenter/wasinfo/v6r0/topic/com.ibm.websphere.express.doc/info/exp/ae/tprf_tunewindows.html
  12. If you want to find out how much and for how long the service will SUCKS...just find out who are holding major shares in the monopoly.
  13. Are you also using Starhub cable TV? This is Starhub's link to a proper cable route and set up: http://www.starhub.com/online/maxonline/custcare/onlinetroubleshooting/broadbandaccess.html And here is Starhub's guide to check status of the modem: http://www.starhub.com/online/maxonline/custcare/onlinetroubleshooting/broadbandaccess.html If your ping for the first hop is still high, I suggest you call Starhub at 1633 for assistance.
  14. Hi there to all broadband users in Thailand, I would like to gather info on Performance and Pricing of your ISP as guide to us all. Measure for Performance: Advertised Download Speed vs Best and Worst locally tested download speed Here are my Data; ISP = True Internet Pricing = Baht 952/month unlimited (US$ 25) Speed (Kbps)= 1024 vs 1004 and 768 Location = Bangkok, Pravet
  15. I understand from ghostbuster that Dway is having some glitches. Perhaps he can help you on tuning your transponder and choice of phone set. Here is a cablenut file to tweak your window registry. Download the Cablenut Adjuster from www.cablenut.com. Use it to open the ccs file, click 'Save to Registry', exit and reboot your comp to take effect.
  16. I believe the above was an old tracert. Do a tracert, click 'Start' and then 'Run'. Type "cmd" into the box and click 'ok'. A DOS black screen will appear. Type after the C: tracert www.testmy.net and press enter key When test is completed, move mouse cusor to the DOS black screen, click right and choose 'select all'. Move mouse cursor to the Quick Reply box of this forum, click right and 'paste'
  17. Do your tracert to www.testmy.net again and post.
  18. I guess the best arrangement would be to place the phone on the side of your CPU and router on the other side of the desk. The modem should be on the floor below your router. If you have a low support, use it to raise the modem off the floor but still below your desk.
  19. Ping Output: www.testmy.net (67.18.179.85) from 203.144.xxx.xxx : 56(84) bytes of data. 64 bytes theplanet.com (67.18.179.85): icmp_seq=0 ttl=50 time=248.8 ms 64 bytes theplanet.com (67.18.179.85): icmp_seq=1 ttl=50 time=249.1 ms 64 bytes theplanet.com (67.18.179.85): icmp_seq=2 ttl=50 time=250.2 ms 64 bytes theplanet.com (67.18.179.85): icmp_seq=3 ttl=50 time=249.2 ms 64 bytes theplanet.com (67.18.179.85): icmp_seq=4 ttl=50 time=249.4 ms 64 bytes theplanet.com (67.18.179.85): icmp_seq=5 ttl=50 time=249.2 ms 64 bytes theplanet.com (67.18.179.85): icmp_seq=6 ttl=50 time=249.6 ms 64 bytes theplanet.com (67.18.179.85): icmp_seq=7 ttl=50 time=249.1 ms 64 bytes theplanet.com (67.18.179.85): icmp_seq=8 ttl=50 time=249.6 ms 64 bytes theplanet.com (67.18.179.85): icmp_seq=9 ttl=50 time=248.8 ms --- www.testmy.net ping statistics --- 10 packets transmitted, 10 packets received, 0% packet loss round-trip min/avg/max = 248.8/249.3/250.2 ms Trace Output: 1 203-144-static.asianet.co.th (203.144.) 0.409 ms 0.269 ms 0.251 ms 2 203-144-static.asianet.co.th (203.144.) 0.411 ms 0.477 ms 0.409 ms 3 203-144-static.asianet.co.th (203.144.) 0.530 ms 0.520 ms 0.560 ms 4 61.19.15.233 (61.19.15.233) 1.178 ms 1.047 ms 0.953 ms 5 202.47.253.138 (202.47.253.138) 1.396 ms 1.264 ms 1.234 ms 6 202.47.253.233 (202.47.253.233) 207.130 ms 207.375 ms 206.898 ms 7 63.65.153.13 (63.65.153.13) 201.130 ms 203.305 ms 202.332 ms 8 ALTER.NET (152.63.112.254) 202.016 ms 201.803 ms 201.662 ms 9 ALTER.NET (152.63.96.26) 244.187 ms 243.984 ms 249.038 ms 10 ALTER.NET (152.63.103.89) 245.186 ms 244.062 ms 243.916 ms 11 planet-alter.net (157.130.143.226) 247.200 ms 247.142 ms 247.183 ms 12 theplanet.com (70.85.127.62) 269.967 ms 249.100 ms 449.914 ms 13 theplanet.com (70.85.127.91) 245.930 ms 245.838 ms 245.861 ms 14 theplanet.com (67.18.116.85) 244.880 ms 244.949 ms 244.768 ms 15 theplanet.com (67.18.179.85) 249.163 ms 249.172 ms 249.011 ms done ...
  20. I was just wondering about the signal route of the tracert. Assume you have 2 comps to a router and then modem. Should the signal route not be like this? 1 11 ms 8 ms * 24.48.252.1 from comp 1 2 11 ms 8 ms * 10.126.11.37 modem 1 14 ms 6 ms * 24.48.246.157 from comp 2 2 11 ms 8 ms * 10.126.11.37 modem Why is the tracert routed this way? 1 11 ms 8 ms * 24.48.252.1 2 14 ms 6 ms * 24.48.246.157 3 11 ms 8 ms * 10.126.11.37 modem
  21. You have a bad signal on your second hop: 2 * * * Request timed out. Check the cable connections to your modem and also if your modem is working correctly. In addition, make sure it is not affected by electromagnetic interference (EMI). Possible source of EMI includes router, sound speakers, cordless phone set, TV set, power supply box of CPU, etc.
  22. Make sure there is no electromagnetic interference affecting your signal lines and devices: https://www.speedguide.net/read_articles.php?id=1885 https://www.speedguide.net/read_articles.php?id=117
  23. I believe this is the best combination for tweaking your window registry. The other factor to improve speed is to attain a clear and strong signal, that is, improve on line quality and ensure you have the latest drivers for your Nic, router and modem. Also check and minimize possible electromagnetic interference on your signal lines and devices that may slow your speed.
  24. You can use tracert to one particular site at times of different download speeds to check for possible interference to your wireless transmissions. This may enable you to isolate causes of speed fluctuations. http://www.dslreports.com/faq/8932
  25. Do a tracert, click 'Start' and then 'Run'. Type "cmd" into the box and click 'ok'. A DOS black screen will appear. Type after the C: tracert www.yahoo.com and press enter key When test is completed, move mouse cusor to the DOS black screen, click right and choose 'select all'. Move mouse cursor to the Quick Reply box of this forum, click right and 'paste'.
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