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Someone please help me DSL gone bad..

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Hi i posted awhile back and got no replies... I really need help..

I have Alltels Ultra DSL package rated at 3mbs/384kbs.... Im only getting these speeds as of the last month.. My upload is fine but my download is horrible,  I was gettin like 2500kbs download and now this! im fed up i cant find out whats wrong! Tech support is no help to me they dont even know whats goin on.

:::.. Download Stats ..:::

Connection is:: 198 Kbps about 0.2 Mbps (tested with 97 kB)

Download Speed is:: 24 kB/s

Tested From:: https://testmy.net/ (server2)

Test Time:: Wed Jul 27 14:40:34 EDT 2005

Bottom Line:: 4X faster than 56K 1MB download in 42.67 sec

Diagnosis: May need help : running at only 13.83 % of your hosts average (alltel.net)

Validation Link:: https://testmy.net/stats/id-AFQBNWCD7

:::.. Upload Stats ..:::

Connection is:: 276 Kbps about 0.3 Mbps (tested with 97 kB)

Upload Speed is:: 34 kB/s

Tested From:: https://testmy.net/ (server1)

Test Time:: Wed Jul 27 14:41:06 EDT 2005

Bottom Line:: 5X faster than 56K 1MB upload in 30.12 sec

Diagnosis: 90% + Okay : running at 91.69 % of your hosts average (alltel.net)

Validation Link:: https://testmy.net/stats/id-RKPMZIXH3

My traceroute i Ran

Traceroute Test   

IP Address or Domain Name: www.alltel.net 

traceroute to www.alltel.net (166.102.165.202), 30 hops max, 40 byte packets

1 stmypa-7200-1.alltel.net (151.213.9.16) 25.600 ms 26.097 ms 25.998 ms

2 stmypa-3600-1.alltel.net (166.102.109.225) 25.604 ms 25.327 ms 25.648 ms

3 h50.16.213.151.ip.alltel.net (151.213.16.50) 27.259 ms 27.528 ms 95.861 ms

4 h37.33.213.151.ip.alltel.net (151.213.33.37) 29.224 ms 28.947 ms *

5 h161.33.213.151.ip.alltel.net (151.213.33.161) 31.918 ms 32.995 ms 31.631 ms

6 h1.33.213.151.ip.alltel.net (151.213.33.1) 32.124 ms 33.025 ms 31.638 ms

7 h241.33.213.151.ip.alltel.net (151.213.33.241) 50.856 ms 50.637 ms 50.376 ms

8 h245.33.213.151.ip.alltel.net (151.213.33.245) 52.059 ms 50.737 ms 51.067 ms

9 h242.33.213.151.ip.alltel.net (151.213.33.242) 74.857 ms 76.175 ms 74.646 ms

10 h134.33.213.151.ip.alltel.net (151.213.33.134) 75.488 ms 74.602 ms 75.509 ms

11 h182.33.213.151.ip.alltel.net (151.213.33.182) 81.385 ms 81.400 ms 80.154 ms

12 h86.33.213.151.ip.alltel.net (151.213.33.86) 79.851 ms 80.611 ms 79.670 ms

13 h14.154.28.71.ip.alltel.net (71.28.154.14) 81.835 ms 80.641 ms 80.419 ms

14 portal.alltel.net (166.102.165.202) 80.660 ms 80.202 ms 81.165 ms

Trace complete

PLZ SOMEONE HELP ME!!

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do what it says

    Q: 1 or 2+ second stall detected: (#1606)

      A: This is quite common, and not a big issue. Congestion on the Net is the cause, and this will fluctuate throughout the day/night.

      If it is a consistent finding, run a Line Quality Test and look for slow, bogged down servers (red & yellow warnings).

      The most important thing is speed. If your speeds are fine, then don't be concerned with this.

Q: Tweak Tester reports retransmissions. Why? (#705)

      A: The purpose of TCP is to cope with links that may exhibit packet loss, or may even allow packets to arrive out of order, or in duplicate.

      The tweak tester can notice packet retransmissions during the test file transfer. this is not a disaster. The Internet has weather, and the weather is not always sunny.. when there are storms, (congestion or other problems en-route), packets can get dropped and must be sent again.

      Persistent, and high number of retransmissions may also be due to a high RWIN (receive window) on your end, which is why they are reported.

      Retransmissions of data reduce throughput, reducing the speed at which you receive data. Particularly lossy links (perhaps representing ISP congestion, or even problems on your own line), play havoc with download speeds even reducing them to a crawl.

      A Line Quality Test may reveal more about the source of your packet loss problems.

Choose RWIN between 28200 and 76140 (FAQ #586)

this site might give you a different rwin to use.  use the tcp/ip analyzer  https://www.speedguide.net/index.php

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open cablenut, click delete cablenut tweaks and click save to registry

now download and open Dr.Tcp http://www.dslreports.com/front/DRTCP021.exe

set MTU for your network adapter to 1492 and click save and exit

now reboot, also powercycle modem/ router leave it off for atleast 30 seconds

make a new speed and tweaktest

VanBuren :)

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hey van have you ever seen anyone that installed cablenut and it didnt change the settings when you saved it to the registry?  i tried it on my other comp and the settings didnt change.

it always change the settings, however if your using win XP SP1, the tweaktest will show your TcpWindowsize as your "RWIN" and with SP2 it will show "DefaultReciveWindow"

VanBuren :)

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