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Comcast speeds real slow! How can I make it faster?

Discussion in 'Networking' started by ShutUpUPlay2Much, Feb 26, 2011.

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  1. ShutUpUPlay2Much

    ShutUpUPlay2Much Thread Starter

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    Hi, I had recently switched to Comcast Xfinity Blast internet. I ordered the service with 22 mbps. Now when I download something, it becomes a challenge for the download to get faster than 500kbps. I don't understand, It should be a lot more. If it stays at this rate, than there would be no difference between my current and previous service.

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    I have the triple play deal.
    Ubee modem
    Netgear Router

    Now is there anyway I can make my internet faster? I don't believe it's the computer because other computers that are connected to the router have the same problem.

    Thanks in advance!
     
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  3. ShutUpUPlay2Much

    ShutUpUPlay2Much Thread Starter

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    how do i set mtu ?
     
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    And your speed with a connection directly to the modem?
     
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