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    Not getting perfect Speed & Router Disconnecting Help plz

    This is a discussion on Not getting perfect Speed & Router Disconnecting Help plz within the Wireless / Adapters forums, part of the Sky Broadband help category; but my uncle goes it won't make any difference sorri but r u 100% sure it will make difference...

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      Re: Not getting perfect Speed & Router Disconnecting Help plz

      but my uncle goes it won't make any difference

      sorri but r u 100% sure it will make difference


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      Re: Not getting perfect Speed & Router Disconnecting Help plz

      There's several topics about Extensions on the site, here's just one: extension

      This is you: Telephone Exchange > House Master Socket > Extension Cable > Router (6622kbps) > PC. As your router is only receiving 6622kbps, your PC can only achieve speeds below that. It doesn't matter what you do to your PC if the router it's going through is only receiving a low downstream connection. The likely reason for that connection is that you're using extension cables since it's much better to plug the router in at the master socket so the speeds aren't lost down your extension wires. This is how it should be: Telephone Exchange > House Master Socket > Router > PC. Your router then may receive a downstream speed of around 14000kbps, so you could get massively better results.
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      Re: Not getting perfect Speed & Router Disconnecting Help plz

      awrite thx but my main master socket is down stairs shuld i get a extension fone wire and connect it will it give me perect speed then?

      sorri if i m annoying u
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      Re: Not getting perfect Speed & Router Disconnecting Help plz

      You just need to plug the router in downstairs to check what your maximum speed would be. If you get an increase, which I am guessing you will there will be a number of options for you from there.

      1. Only connect terminals 2 and 5 of the extension and not the ring wire
      2. Get an adsl faceplate for your master socket and wire your extension up to it
      3. Wire up a extension using a higher quality cable
      4. Have the router downstairs and have a long ethernet cable leading to the computer upstairs.

      There are many solutions, but it needs to be taken one step at a time

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      Re: Not getting perfect Speed & Router Disconnecting Help plz

      Quote Originally Posted by stephens View Post
      You just need to plug the router in downstairs to check what your maximum speed would be. If you get an increase, which I am guessing you will there will be a number of options for you from there.

      1. Only connect terminals 2 and 5 of the extension and not the ring wire
      2. Get an adsl faceplate for your master socket and wire your extension up to it
      3. Wire up a extension using a higher quality cable
      4. Have the router downstairs and have a long ethernet cable leading to the computer upstairs.

      There are many solutions, but it needs to be taken one step at a time
      so basically i must put my router @ downstairs and extend my ethernet cable n den it shuld give me perfect speed

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      Re: Not getting perfect Speed & Router Disconnecting Help plz

      instead of extending my ethernet cable if i use wireless adapter will it increase my speed

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      Re: Not getting perfect Speed & Router Disconnecting Help plz

      lol i fund out tht my main fone socket is upstairs and it is in next room and try to extend the fone wire but didn't get da perfect speed got da same speed even less

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      Re: Not getting perfect Speed & Router Disconnecting Help plz

      Wireless will not work as good as wired will. You need to move the router next to your master socket to test what speed it syncs at. You may use wireless to find out the sync speed.

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      Re: Not getting perfect Speed & Router Disconnecting Help plz

      statics afta putting my router near da main socket

      System Up Time 00:03:48
      Port Status TxPkts RxPkts Collisions Tx B/s Rx B/s Up Time
      WAN PPPoA 626 647 0 1203 3360 00:02:25
      LAN 10M/100M 3460 4015 0 5069 3708 00:03:46
      WLAN 11M/54M/108M 120 0 0 147 0 00:03:36


      ADSL Link Downstream Upstream
      Connection Speed 6087 kbps 764 kbps
      Line Attenuation 33.5 db 16.2 db
      Noise Margin 7.1 db 12.0 db

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      Re: Not getting perfect Speed & Router Disconnecting Help plz

      The stats you have just posted are worse than the original stats you have posted. This to me would signify it is not the master socket.

      None the less if you do a speed test wired up to the router you should see a speed of 5-6mb.

      Try doing a speed test here:

      Namesco BroadbandMax ADSL Broadband Bandwidth speedtest | Test your ADSL Broadband connection speed

     

     
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