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I am conencted to the internet via RR.......but my task manager only shows 10mbps lan connection......

also, me and dj vagelis were playin aruond and my upload totally sucks........and then later that night i was talkin to reno and i sent him a file and i was uppping at 50K....anyone got any friggin clue?

thanks.

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Do you have another computer you can test it on?  Just because the NIC is brand new doesnt mean that its not faulty too.  Same goes for the cable.  If it does it with another computer, it's def either the cable or the modem.  There might also be a setting on the modem to turn on full duplex.

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I am conencted to the internet via RR.......but my task manager only shows 10mbps lan connection......

also, me and dj vagelis were playin aruond and my upload totally sucks........and then later that night i was talkin to reno and i sent him a file and i was uppping at 50K....anyone got any friggin clue?

thanks.

You mean "local area connection 1" or something like that? That is your internet connection. Each nic (Network card) has a connection labeled "Local Area connection n" Where n is a number.

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They should have 10/100Mb. The Docsis standard is faster than 10Mb. My Motorola Sb4220 is a 10/100 modem. The ISP may internally set the modem LAN to 10Mb.

Netmasta:  Thanks for the correction, you're right.  I've only seen most connection speeds at 10mb and never looked up each modem.  JustinOhioRR, what model of modem are you running?

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