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Download speed is good, BUT, upload speed is 0...?

Discussion in 'Networking' started by snb778, Sep 26, 2013.

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  1. snb778

    snb778 Thread Starter

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    I just switched over to my linksys router last night for my wireless because the small usb adapter I had sucked. my download speed went from 2-3 up to 58, HOWEVER, my upload speed usually won't even connect on the speed test from speedtest.org????

    I can pull up maybe 1-2 website I frequently visit immediately, but 99% of other sites won't even load, or I get the text based webpage....what could the problem be?? My friends laptop works fine, my phone works fine, signal strength is good....??? Also i disabled antivirus and phising/popup blockers. etc
     
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    snb778 Thread Starter

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    lots of visits i see, can someone please help me out here
     
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    Couriant Trusted Advisor

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    complete these commands in command prompt:

    ipconfig - notate the IP address and Default Gatway (will be notated as IPV4 on Windows Vista/7/8)
    ping -n 100 google.com
    ping -n 100 <default gateway>
    ping -n 100 <ip address>


    the <> is whatever you notated from the ipconfig. Please post back the results only (ping statistics) of all 3 ping commands.

    In the mean time, check with your internet provider for any upstream utilization issues in your area or any signal issues related to the upstream.

    Lastly, check other websites for speed:

    http://speedtest.verizon.net
    http://testmy.net
    http://pcpitstop.com/internet/bw.asp
     
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