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  1. ahhh.. ok.. i thought all smartbro users, whether canopy type or usb modem type, show isp host.. by the way guys, my speed reverted to its original speed V_V ...too bad i can no longer achieve, as of now, my previous speed of 932kbps.. but still doing some tweaks to speed this up..
  2. nice speed.. april 24, 2009... but your results are not precise... as well mine... but 4.7mbps compared to 0.9mbps is a big difference.. kip it up...
  3. by the way buddy, i forgot.. we also have different CANOPY... you running a 7mbps aggregate me @ 1mpbs only... for you: UL: 700 ( 0 - 7000 kbps) DL: 6300 ( 0 - 7000 kbps) UL burst : 500000 ( 0 - 500000 ) DL burst : 500000 ( 0 - 500000 )
  4. i havent tried photobucket yet... i dont have an account there.., i mean, do i have to register?? whatta.. y wud i ask if i can check it the thing i gave u.. that was my settings... ok here it is... CANOPY TWEAKING UL speed: 100 ( 0-1000 kbps) DL speed: 900 ( 0-1000 kbps) uplink burst: 1500 ( 0-1500 kb) downlink burst: 1500 ( 0-1500 kb) 2nd tweak... COOLBUSTER'S 20 steps.... using cablenut... i cannot give you my cablenut settings coz we have DIFFERENT PC SYSTEM settings: PROCESSOR, RAM, etc.. a 384kbps speed wud be faster in CORE series processors than a P3 processor even they have the same advertised speed.. your speed might mess up... go slower than you have right now if you copy my settings... but if you want, i can give you my settings.. but don't blame me if it messed up.. <--that's why there is what we call a CALCULATOR in coolbuster's 20 steps for it to compute for our PERSONAL settings... uhm, may i know where you from?? coz i think it is location dependent... as well as the number of users and interference (jitter) even a small tree between your canopy and the base station transmitter can GREATLY affect your speed (jitter)... aw... i forgot to tell you... my canopy is installed near our TV antenna (outdoor)... then i put a home-made reflector.... something like a shape of a satellite dish... you can make your own by having a METAL basin installed on mast (it is where the antenna stands), while it is directly pointed to your canopy for BETTER reception... i have sent you a personal message containing my yahoo id... you can add me up if u want so we can talk this over every time both of us are online.... please indicate your testmy.net ID .., for me to know it is you... i am online most of the time, except from 6:00 AM - 5:00 PM philippine time... i'm still at school...
  5. its fine... an intelligent person asks whenever he/she is confused... no one knows everything... <-- naks bait kunwari .. wow tagalog word... ok back to the topic... YOUR QUESTION ---> "Anyhow, i have some questions though. For example, I have come up with a good basestation considering RSSI, Jitters and all that...how would I apply that in my configuration? Do I have to uncheck again the other boxes and leave the ones with better stats? But you have mentioned once that it is not advisable...And when choosing the best basestation, do I also have to consider the color codes? Is there also a way to choose the best color code?" you can apply that to your configuration by selecting the color code... first go to TOOLS --> AP EVALUATION ... then at the bottom part... you can see buttons RESCAN AP and UPDATE DISPLAY (something like this)... first you should rescan your AP to UPDATE it... then you can see the Jitter, Power Level, Sector UserCount and the MOST IMPORTANT.. the COLORCODE... <---i made the important parameters in BOLD LETTERS so that you can see it at once... i masked my ESN's for my security... btw.., RSSI is not shown here because my canopy is P11 type and i have updated it's canopy version that's why.. here's a sample of my AP LIST... AP List Current entry index: 1 ********************************************* Index: 0 Frequency: 5755.00 MHz ESN: **-**-**-**-**-** Region: Other Jitter: 5 Power Level: -75 dB Beacon Count: 32 BRcvW: 1 FECEn: 0 Type: Multipoint Avail: 1 Age: 0 Lockout: 0 RegFail 0 Range: 0 feet TxBER: 1 EBcast: 1 Session Count: 0 NoLUIDS: 0 OutOfRange: 0 AuthFail: 0 EncryptFail: 0 Rescan Req: 0 FrameNumber: 933 SectorID: 1 Color Code: 247 BeaconVersion: 1 SectorUserCount: 31 NumULHalfSlots: 18 NumDLHalfSlots: 55 NumULContSlots: 3 SM PPPoE: Not Supported ********************************************* Index: 1 Frequency: 5795.00 MHz ESN: **-**-**-**-**-** Region: Other Jitter: 4 Power Level: -75 dB Beacon Count: 31 BRcvW: 1 FECEn: 0 Type: Multipoint Avail: 1 Age: 0 Lockout: 0 RegFail 0 Range: 3332 feet TxBER: 1 EBcast: 1 Session Count: 1 NoLUIDS: 0 OutOfRange: 0 AuthFail: 0 EncryptFail: 0 Rescan Req: 0 FrameNumber: 817 SectorID: 5 Color Code: 251 BeaconVersion: 1 SectorUserCount: 20 NumULHalfSlots: 18 NumDLHalfSlots: 55 NumULContSlots: 3 SM PPPoE: Not Supported ********************************************* Index: 2 Frequency: 5835.00 MHz ESN: **-**-**-**-**-** Region: Other Jitter: 4 Power Level: -74 dB Beacon Count: 30 BRcvW: 1 FECEn: 0 Type: Multipoint Avail: 1 Age: 0 Lockout: 0 RegFail 0 Range: 0 feet TxBER: 1 EBcast: 1 Session Count: 0 NoLUIDS: 0 OutOfRange: 0 AuthFail: 0 EncryptFail: 0 Rescan Req: 0 FrameNumber: 924 SectorID: 6 Color Code: 252 BeaconVersion: 1 SectorUserCount: 19 NumULHalfSlots: 18 NumDLHalfSlots: 55 NumULContSlots: 3 SM PPPoE: Not Supported now my AP List Current entry index is 1 <-- found at the top portion... therefore my settings are at the index1 (2nd among the lists i have...) try to look at YOUR AP List current index... then find your CURRENT INDEX at the AVAILABLE indexes in your list... it is now your CURRENT configuration... how to change?? after selecting a good Jitter (the lower, the better) , a good RSSI ( the higher the better) , SectorUserCount ( the lower the better ) ... you can see the COLOR CODE of every indexes you have...(also in BOLD LETTERS) choose the BEST color code.... then... go to CONFIGURATION --> RADIO ( it is also the tab wherein you check and uncheck boxes, but i advise you to check all the boxes EXCEPT the "NONE box" below this is where you put your color code... again you can see your COLOR CODE in your AP LIST.... but consider first JITTER, RSSI, SectorUserCount... take note of this... CHECKING and UNCHEKING the boxes DOESN'T SAVE your configurations... it only SCANS the AVAILABLE frequency for your base station in order for you to have the AP LIST.. got it?? ( different base stations have different frequencies as well as color code...) the ONLY way to save your configuration is to input your BEST COLOR CODE... click SAVE CONFIGURATIONS then REBOOT... be sure to wait for your canopy to connect and disconnect twice before REFRESHING.... for example: you click REBOOT... it will disconnect... then reconnect... then it will disconnect again... then reconnect... after these... click refresh (click HERE option in your canopy page) btw.. COOLBUSTER's 20 steps and 10 steps.. are they different?? i actually don't know that "10 steps"... you should only do the 20 steps ONCE... i did it TWICE and THRICE thinking that it will give me a FASTER CONNECTION but the result was a SLOWER CONNECTION... i fixed it by putting the DEFAULT values of the CABLENUT... then i followed the 20steps again.. but this time.. i did it ONCE.... yeah my connection is at its best again... CANOPY tweaking and COOLBUSTER's 20 steps is enough for me... i did several combinations of tweaking.. but these two are the BEST.. (that's for me) guys i want to ask you something... im serious.. pls help me how to paste / upload (whatever term) images in this forum.... i really don't know... i wanted to paste the image of my canopy page in this forum so that it will be easier to follow instructions... btw, GOOD LUCK with your tweaking, dude... hope these help...
  6. i agree... my tweaks came from COOLBUSTER as well
  7. according to him... you should NOT MIX the 20steps with the FOURMULA... and try to do the tweaks with a fresh copy of your OS... anyway, hopin' you to have nice connections... btw.. when choosing your base station... it doesn't necessarily mean that you choose the station with the highest RSSI.. you should also consider the JITTER (interference level) and the number of users ( SectorUserCount) <- something like this... example: COMPARISONS a. RSSI =700 , JITTER = 3 , SectorUserCount = 100 b. RSSI = 680 , Jitter = 4 , SectorUserCount = 78 c. RSSI = 650 , Jitter = 4 , SectorUserCount = 12 even though sample A has high 700 RSSI, low Jitter (3).., which is a GOOD thing.. when you look at the SectorUserCount, it says 100.. meaning that there are 100 subscribers present in YOUR base station.. thats why you experience slow connection even though you have already tweaked it. SAME falls for sample B.. but when you look at sample C, even though it has LOWER RSSI (650) and Higher Jitter (4) which is LESS EFFICIENT than samples A and B.. it has a VERY LOW sector user count of 12.. meaning that 12 subscribers including you that SHARES the total bandwidth transmitted by the base station... a difference of 50 in RSSI and a difference of 1 in Jitter is not actually a BIG DEAL... but a difference of 80+ in sector user count is a BIG one.. coz it is the BANDWIDTH itself is being shared.... running at 1mbps aggregate..
  8. you can do that thing.... but it is not advisable... why?? coz.., CUSTOM RADIO FREQUENCY SCAN SELECTION LIST scans the available frequency in your area... ( i have actually done this before thinking that it wud be better to...), but by the time my BASE STATION upgraded their equipment.., they changed the transmitted frequencies... and since that time i checked only the box with the frequency synchronized with my canopy... i lost my connection... the base station and my canopy were no longer synchronized... my connection became fine when i checked all the boxes in the custom radio freq scan selection list... by the way... you said that you're using a 7mbps aggregate... you can maximize your connection by putting a value of 500000 in both uplink and downlink burst... the default setting of smart to a 7mbps aggregate is: downlink: 3500 (max 7000) uplink: 3500 (max 7000) downlink burst : 25000 (max 500000) uplink burst : 25000 (max 500000) by having some simple mathematical computations : burst speed percentage = ( 25000 divide by 500000 ) = 5% or 0.05 data link speed = 0.05 multiplied by 7000 = 350 therefore your speed is 350 upload... 350 download... which is their ADVERTISED SPEED.... but if you change it to... DL : 6300 UL: 700 DL burst : 500000 UL burst : 500000 you have now.... 500000 / 500000 = 1 1 * 7000 = 7000kbps <-max speed shared by 10% upload w/c is 700kbps and 90% download w/c is 6,300 kbps/ 6.3Mbps <-- let's trade our canopies u can maximize your bandwidth with these settings... even though upload is 10% of the total speed ( 700 / 7000)... we dont use uploads that much.... UNLESS you're a server then you should have a larger upload speed... but since most of us are downloader (leechers!!! ) rather than a server.. it is better if DL is set at 90% and UL set at 10% btw guys.. im a fourth year ECE student, and we are specialized in broadcasting, bandwidth, things about communications..( not mass comm huh?!) I WAS JUST INSPIRED BY MR. COOLBUSTER thats why i wanna help as well... COOLBUSTER doesnt know who i am but he helped before... thanks..!!! i owe you one... you rock dude!!!!!
  9. they have a 7mbps aggregate which good for them... i, as well, only have 1000.. the only it can be changed to 7000 or 140000 is through canopy prizm... which can be downloaded at motorola.com (i think) but the downside is... the canopy prizm is an administrator program that has USERNAME and PASSWORD ( something like this)... that limits the user / subscribers to change only their speeeds...NOT the maximum throughput (1000, 7000, 14000) BTW guys.. those who have a 7 0r 14mbps max throughput... be sure to take care of your canopy antenna coz if its broken... of cors SMART will replaced it.., but they will install a canopy with maximum throughput of 500 <-- to bad...
  10. one more thing... range 0-7000 means that you can choose values from 0 to 7000 BUT... if you choose to have a 7000 downlink... you SHOULD have a 0 uplink.. which is BAD... just like what i said before.. -->>> UPLINK + DOWNLINK = MAXIMUM AGGREGATE (in your case 7000) <<<-- i suggest that you put DOWNLINK=6300 and UPLINK=700 <- see.. 6300 + 700 = 7000...
  11. since you have a maximum 7mbps aggregate... be sure that you're download and upload sum up to 7000... in your case... you want to change your download to 5000, therefore you should ONLY input a 2000 value in the uplink box... that's 5000 + 2000 = 7000... coz if you changed your downlink to 5000 and you left the uplink at 3500.., it will sum up to 8500 which is higher than your maximum aggregate of 7mpbs (7000).... that's why, when you save and reboot, it goes back to its original values... coz canopy DOESNT accept values that are HIGHER than the maximum throughput... hope this helps... but if there still is a problem after these configurations., well then i honestly don't know the problem of your canopy...
  12. you're actually lucky to have the 7mbps aggregate... but those who have 14mbps aggregate is much luckier... i prefer that you change your DL to 6300kbps (that's 90%) and your UL to 700kbps (that's 10%) change also your upload and download BURST speed to max 500000..... you'll see... i only have the 1mbps aggregate... i actually envy you....
  13. http://www.testmy.net/share2-97EJ5S4ZV&dual=yes&q2=JWEP5UK8C' alt='share2-97EJ5S4ZV&dual=yes&q2=JWEP5UK8C'> i forgot to show my upload speed.... hehehe... UL is awful huh??!!! i set my DL speed to 90% of the total 1mbps-aggregate so it is around 900kbps or 112.5 kB/s i set my UL speed to 10% of the total 1mbps aggregate so it is around 100kbps or 12.5 kB/s link removed , please do not post links or banners to that site , they have been banned for spamming
  14. RWIN is a multiple of MSS sorry for the late reply... Other RWIN values that might work well with your current MTU/MSS: 64240 (up to 2 Mbit lines, depending on latency. MSS * 44) 128480 (1-5 Mbit lines, depending on latency. MSS * 44 * 2) 256960 (2-14 Mbit lines, depending on latency. MSS * 44 * 2^2) <-- current value 513920 (8-30 Mbit lines, depending on latency. MSS * 44 * 2^3) 1027840 (25-60 Mbit lines depending on latency. MSS * 44 * 2^4) did you see these values on your tcp analyzer?? 2^2 is the scale factor of 4 (since 2 raised to the 2nd power is 4) <- put your value in default send window 2^3 is the scale factor of 8 (since 2 raised to the 3rd power is <- put your value in default receive window don't put any values or higher values ( thinking that it will speed up your pc) ... it should be SCALED... that's why we use the net calculator these tweaks are from COOLBUSTER.... it should be his credits... not mine...
  15. guys.. why am i seeing some test scores that are not: 1. using their ID 2. using the host..."smartbro.net" that's y i doubt if it is really their score... i've seen someone LOGGED IN but his/her ID in the scoretest is different... btw.., COOLBUSTER... you helped me a lot.. tnx dude! and i have something to ask you, here are my test scores... www.testmy.net Edit: Removed for advertising 2wire.com 709.80kbps <-- i don't know how to insert the image no upload test pldtplay test meter 937.9kbps <-- same problem, dunno how to insert the image.... no upload test why is it that there are different scores from different speed test site?? but my maximum torrent and direct download is around 150kB/s so it is 1.2Mbps... is 1.2Mbps really my test score or what?
  16. dba ung 12950kbps na speed ni coolbuster... less than 100000kbps???
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