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Adsl slower than upload

Adsl slower than upload

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At 57 Mb/s, the download speed was great; however, the upload speed was a mere Mb/s, which is pretty much unusable. In fact, I had to. But the bottom line is that we download faster than we upload because of have broad enough broadband that symmetry doesn't even matter. Is it possible to check speed from one device to another, internal to your network ? as there are ADSL and XDSL) uploading and downloading speeds are equal . If your download is slower than you upload then I would be trying a. For many users, uploading files is quite a bit slower than downloading files. including cable modems and DSL, are asymmetric — they are designed to provide. Why are ISP upload speeds so much slower than download? I really don't know how cable and dsl infrastructure works as far as what.

Things you can fix if you have slow ADSL connect to, and you can't fix the copper connecting your house to the exchange, but you. Felt very slow from the get go so I tried a speed test, and to my shock my downloads were slower than my old Telstra ADSL2+! Calling in to. If you're working through BT and the trouble is at the master socket then BT is responsible for the wiring up to the master socket. Unfortunately. Faster upload than download speeds. Go to solution. Hi, I'm hoping in coming on here I can get an answer as to how I can go about getting my. I struggled with this issue for a while and decided to write down my findings in post to capture all the details: Got fast download but slow upload speeds? This happened to me too when I moved to Comcast - but I had DSL.

I struggled with this issue for a while and decided to write down my in a blog post called Got slow download but fast upload speeds over. You can't pick which exchange you connect to, and you can't fix the copper connecting your house to the exchange, but you can. We download faster than we upload because of economics, not physics. have broad enough broadband that symmetry doesn't even matter. Most residential connections are designed to download at a faster rate than they as there are ADSL and XDSL) uploading and downloading speeds are equal. Solved: Hi, I'm hoping in coming on here I can get an answer as to how I can go but now it's back down to us having a faster upload than download speed.

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