Jump to content

PIMPN MAGNUM

Members
  • Content Count

    37
  • Joined

  • Last visited

    Never
  • Speed Test

    My Results

About PIMPN MAGNUM

  • Rank
    Jr. Member
  • Birthday 01/01/1

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Not Telling
  1. :::.. Upload Stats ..::: Upload Connection is:: 8022 Kbps about 8 Mbps (tested with 5983 kB) Upload Speed is:: 979 kB/s Tested From:: https://testmy.net/ (Main) Test Time:: 2008/11/29 - 5:29am Bottom Line:: 140X faster than 56K 1MB Upload in 1.05 sec Tested from a 5983 kB file and took 6.11 seconds to complete Upload Diagnosis:: Awesome! 20% + : 105.38 % faster than the average for host (98.176) U-Validation Link:: https://testmy.net/stats/id-1AQLBYRH6 User Agent:: Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 5.1; .NET CLR 1.1.4322; .NET CLR 2.0.50727; InfoPath.2; Zune 2.0) [!]
  2. with all the talk of antivirus slowing pc's down. Has anyone ever thought of just turning it on when you are going to download something? Then turning it off after...
  3. Start by compiling test logs of that speed, tons of them. Then call your ISP daily complaining. Have techs come out regularly to trouble shoot. If you're lucky it's something simple in your house. If not keep complaing LOUDLY until something is done. That's what I had to do, turned out my streets were'nt up to date. Took 2 years for me to figure out that I had to kick and scream(figuratively) , and keep records of the speeds I was recieving, to get the right peoples attention... GL
  4. I went through 3 years of complaints before my squeeky wheel got greased...
  5. I used the calculator with good success, ty it. Never recieved any help on the forums here about good comcast configs, so went with calc...
  6. JUST TO GIVE YOU AN IDEA OF WHERE TO BEGIN... I was on a 6 DL and 1.5 UL package, but i was only hitting .6 DL and always staying at 1.5 UL. Short of it is, my neighborhood network was way out of date. It took 3 years of complaining to Comcast for a fix . 1st (for you) will need to track your speeds continously and record them. 2. (for you) have to insure your pc is not the problem: running clean, no virus, or software conflicts. 3. (your isp's duty) is focusing on your homes network: cabling, spliters, tie to the street. 4. (ips's duty) is your area network: nodes, nocs, this is where a "big problem" is. After 3 years of complaints, and being told it was always my home network. Send a tech out time after time only to test a clean setup... They finally gave in and updated the block! 3 years mind you!!! Since then it's fine. BUT bare in mind that during the times of problematic service, cablenut and van buren settings only brought my DL up. It actually reduced my UL massively. I'd suggest giving it a try, to see if it is a fix. Maybe it will work fine, never know. But prepare for the worst and expect to continually complain to your ISP until a fix is implimented...
  7. LOL sweet a buck fix! That's awesome, if it doesn't an internal card is relatively cheap too, let's say maybe 20 of those buck fixes
  8. Lol ya my 1st guess would be someone moved your balance to the right. If you are running off your motherboards sound hardware, your fix (after you've run through system settings) is to buy a soundcard and run it i'd guess.
  9. I'm not familiar with Cox seeing as though my isp is Comcast. But it took a looong time and alot of complaining for them to update my street. worst case scenario is your area network is out of date like mine. If youre lucky its a simple static issue within your house network ie: cabling kinks or bad spliter. Cox will start there if its not your pc, modem or router. have they ran any tests on there end checking to see if your modem is in the red? thats the first check point... One thing i noticed a long while back, when i did the cablenut tweaks. My neighborhood was out of date and sluggish, but i was able to (with cablenut) bring my download speeds way up. Strangly at the cost of my upload drastically... once my neighborhood was updated (2.5 years of complaining constantly) i was able to not only hit my upload, but with cablenut exceed it greatly (along with download of course). so you need a starting point ie: multi pc's to check speed at your home, to eliminate your given machine. secondly cox needs to check your modem and look for any red flags ie: feed back. next would be cable or splitter issues. lastly, after a lot of complaining, they just miiight check your area network for any issues. GL
  10. I used the calculator, plug in your data and do the tracert for latency, the settings are auto generated. Then just save to REG... I can get the UL to 2.9 so far. http://www.j79zlr.com/cablenutXP2k.php
  11. Nice, I haven't broke 30 yet...
  12. so i called and complained, again, about speed slowdown. as usual they send out a tech the next day (i did however get a free month out of it)... so the tech shows at 3pm, i make him well aware of the speed issue time frame. thankfully when the tech was out front my neighbor complained about slow dl's and glitchy cable too. so it's not just my feed from the street. he calls supervisor, and between the super and a engineer they are going to show up here and speed check at the "aledged time frame". so far it sound like a clear network issue in the area. i say call and complain everyday, keep speed tests everyday to prove it, and rally the neibs hopefully for a resolution lol...we'll see how it pans out.
  13. every night around 7pm, my 8meg service drops to a1meg. it'll stay that way till 1 am or so. like clockwork every night, and comcast says my service shows no issues... side note to that my upload never dips at all, stays a steady 1.5...
  14. i'm in washington, on the 8mb plan. ive dabbled in cablenut along with the calculator. my downloads climbed nicely, but my upload crashed something fierce. i've tried many ccs files with no luck, everytime i stray from original settings my upload falls to .2 instead of 1.5. does anyone have ccs file thats working well for up and down?
×
×
  • Create New...