Why Uploading Is Slower Than Downloading

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I ran into your blog post "Got slow download but fast upload speeds over wireless? Install it, hit run and problem solved. With T1 speed you'll be able to watch youtube and others with no buffering hesitations but you'll have to pay for it. I am a developer at Microsoft so I know a thing or two about computers. Your HJT looks fairly clean so I'd look to delete that line with no file just to be tidy. Russ has found even more info about this issue:

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Got slow download but fast upload speeds over wireless? Here's a fix.

Then I had a unexplained series of disconnections. Message 2 of This link will explain what you need to do. Why has my speed dropped Forumhelp Private website Lots of additional information and help.

Message 3 of Message 4 of All the attempts to improve things , each time causing a reset, have resulted in your connection ending up in a banded profile. This has happened to try and stabilise your connection.

Message 5 of Thank you gentlemen for the quick reply. I guess I now have to keep my fingers crossed for at least 3 days and hope? Will I get a refund on my currently useless BT Vision service? Message 6 of If noise ingress is present the modem can only read the downstrean SNR figure.

It should be at least 30 dB, and higher is better. I have the same type of readings. This is across three different laptops, and both a home network and 2 business networks. I have seen this everytime that I have tried a sppedtest for just under a year.

Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results by suggesting possible matches as you type. Faster Upload than Download Speed. Go to best answer. What sort of speeds do you consider slow? Same issue here, different modem. Is Comcast throttling the internet speeds??? What am I paying all this money for? Just ran a test this morning Wed, June 18, 7: Finally, I am always wireless. I am not a Comcast employee, just a moderator. Pls observe Wheaton's Law.

Since g is 54 megabit, we should see that if the units are in the same room, if not there is something dying. Restored all factory defaults on the router and setup another WPA.

The default setting is TKIP. This put me on the Standard 20MHz radio band, channel set to 'Auto'. I don't know how to tell it to use Wireless G only.

Any advice on that one? Looks like it would possibly be in the 'Advanced Wireless Settings' section under 'Transmission Rate', but that drop down is grayed out and I can change it.

There is a drop down called 'N Transmission Rate' which I can edit, but that doesn't appear that it would set to G only. I'm at around 58 - 78 Mbps right now based on the changes from the above post.

As I mentioned previously, it has achieved as high as Mbps - just not for several hours now and never for much time. I was having same issue. Bob's recommendation to switch to G only caused my download speed to jump from 1. After 3 hours of other troubleshooting very glad to have found this. Try transferring a large file between the laptop and desktop using both wired and wireless connections.

Do so in both directions. Check to see if results are similar to your internet speed tests. If so, the bottleneck is likely in the wireless hardware and has nothing to do with switching to cable. This won't solve your problem much might narrow your area of search.

Thanks for joining the cause. Still hanging around the 65 mbps connection rate with the laptop sitting next to the router. I have experienced an uptick in download speeds - to the tune of approx.

I once saw kbps on my laptop only to watch it go back to turtle speed 5 minutes later. So far it's staying at the - not lightning fast, but certainly faster. Any new thoughts on your end? You're not going to believe this Just for grins, I went out and got a 6.

As soon as I disconnected the old one my wireless speed jumped up to the range! My original post indicates that I previously disconnected the 2. Could it be that I didn't take out the handset battery the first time? I'm not going to get too excited until I see some stability with these faster speeds as I've been fooled before.

However, they've stuck for a few hours now so I'm optimistic. Could this really be what was holding my speed back as much as 36x? Still not seeing much more than 65 mpbs on the connection status, though. Imagine if we can solve that riddle! Shopping for a new car this weekend?

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This was helpful 0. I'd dump the linkscanner.

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The download speed on your computer may differ from your upload speed as a result of several internal or external influences. The presence of spyware or a virus can slow your. Most residential connections are designed to download at a faster rate than they can upload, as the majority of residential online activity, like browsing web pages or streaming of videos, consists downloading the data. Why is my upload speed higher than my download speed in my new JioFi 3 router? My internet package details minimum download speeds of 1mbps with maximum speeds of 2mbps. For some reason I have not been getting those speeds at all. Infact, I have been getting 1mbps UPLOAD.