Wrt110 Wired is slowing down my internet speed to a crawl
Hi, I am currently on my second wrt110 and still having the same problem with both. I recently updated my DSL plan for better performance and when I connect directly to a modem, he gets the constant speed of 5000 kbps - 5900 kbps. When I plug the Wrt110 router I initially get the speed of 5000 kbit/s then quickly drops, 2 min I 2000 Kbps, 10 min I got lucky to get 800 Kbps. I manually went in the router and open a port for ventrilo, put in place my ppoe information. I am running vista ultima x 64 with 8 GB of ram. I had a ping t going to ip from my ISP for 24 hours and it shows the same results, with the only modem I am come ave 32 ms and maintains 5 hours when I pllug in the router it initially begins to 32ms, but increases rapidly at 600-900 ms and occasional delay, and once she did exhale and return to 32 ms but then quickly increased to more than 600. I tried upgrading the firm dishes and it shows the flash earsing status bar, then try again until I get "no response from the server. I tried to reset everything and still get the same problem. OUTSIDE, ideas, suggestions?
ffinally fixed the situation became administrator and manually updated my firmware from the file that I had downloaded previously
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Somehow, my WRT54G2 router slows down my internet connection. My PC is connected by cable and I cannot watch youtube videos and gave to wait fo 20 seconds for gmail to load up. If I connect the PC to the modem directly then everything works fine. Reset to the default router configuration solves the problem for a few weeks, but this solution is quite annoying. Is there another way to solve this problem once and for all?
In the latest version of firmware notes, it is written:
-updated with the patch to solve the problems of ping
I'll try to update my routers firmware now, if this will fix my problem, I probably won't respond to this thread more.
Router support page:
Firmware release notes:
I have a wired connection to my laptop and you have a problem a week that my internet is slow. So I called my ISP and told them on this subject. My ISP says my connection is under FUP (Fair Use Policy - down internet speed when you reach the maximum bandwidth provided by your ISP in the months. - ONLY in the PHILIPPINES that is really annoying and disturbing) anyway, so I tried to stop using my wired connection to date and use the Wi - Fi connection. It went well, I have a fast connection again. And then I tried to connect again to a wired connection that is different from my own wired connection, it is connected to a PC and have a good connection speed. So I connect it to my laptop and expect that it has good connection to check if there are updates in my system. Surprisingly, the internet connection on my laptop was really very slow. I tried to check internet speed using Speedtest and 0.17 to 0.20 Mbps operation. So I removed again and again on the PC. When I checked the speed of connection on the PC, it gives me more than 3 Mbps.
That's what I've done so far:
Update drivers / windows
Active mac address / changed
and finally tried to reformat and it seems not working do not and have the same problem.
I have LENOVO IdeaPad S400 Touch with Windows 8 on it.
What seems to be the problem?
Yes, it's maybe a problem with the network card. I suggest you to contact the manufacturer of the laptop to get help on this issue.
Please let us know if you have more queries on Windows.
Whenever the merger takes a 'snapshot of autoprotect' virtual machine Windows 7 (2 GB of RAM, 2 processors) running Mac OS 10.6.7 on my Mac Pro 2.8 GHz Dual Quad Core (6 GB physical RAM), the Mac user interface slows down to a crawl. Command + Tab through all open applications, launch of new applications, updating the data displayed in the activity monitor all are affected, as it is the interaction of the user with other Mac applications. for example, the navigation in Firefox 3.6.17.
Any suggestions what I could do? Options may include:
- Moving to FF 4
- Increase the physical RAM in the Mac
- Changing the configuration of the virtual machine (less than carrots, less RAM)
- Dumping FF altogether as my default browser and back to Safari.
- Do my snapshots, autoprotect only in the middle of the night (but that would mean letting the VM running when I have no need for anything either).
Is this a problem well known with the known solutions or workarounds? I tried some forum research but did not come with anything. Thank you very much.
With 2 GB of RAM assigned to the virtual machine, the snapshot creates a 2 GB file that remains in the current state.
Regarding your question on what to do. I would add the option 6. Disable Autoprotect and create a snapshot if necessary and while the virtual machine is turned off. Make sure that you back up the virtual computer on an external drive. AutoProtect is no replacement backup!
I'm glad my MN-700 and will not change if don't have to.
I recently changed my modem (Motorola SB6120) with DOCSIS 3.0 technology (Comcast).
When go directly from modem to pc = 35 Mbps download speed when the download speed of the modem to MN-700 electrician and electrician from router to pc = 12 Mbps? Is there a setting I need to change on the base station to make sure that the router does not lose speed?
Thank you for your help.
You can follow these links and check if the problem persists:
Hope the helps of information.
I have a Cisco WRVS4400N on the latest firmware and I just had my Virgin internet connection set to level to the 100 MB. Once I thought it was put at level I checked with a broadband speed test and she is back in the download 15 MB and 5 MB download. Before I rang Virgin I thought I would check with a direct link to my pc directly to the modem. Ran the speed test and it came back in the download of 100 MB and 5 MB download. I thought that the best thing to do is to restore my settings back to the factory and its still the same. I was wondering if anyone can help?
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I have a problem of speed limit on my Toshiba LX830-107 all-in-one with Win7 Pro 32-bit. Web from Toshiba support site, I can't find a driver for Win7 Pro 32 bit lan. I installed the driver lan for 32-bit Win8 without error, but with this speed to 9 mb instead of 94 MB limit as it is on other computers on the network. Also, I noticed that my network card does not work as a gigabit card as it is. How can I solve this problem? because I need to use Win7 32-bit due to a compatibility problem with some applications installed on my device.
According to the specifications of computer map, the device supports the Atheros (Atheros AR8161/8162) LAN card 1000BASE-T/100Base-TX/10Base-T
As far as I know, you can change some options LAN in the BIOS.
Check if you can switch between 1000/100/10
You can also check the properties of the LAN (the - LAN card - Manager device properties) card
Here you will find further options in the "Advanced" tab
Shockwave flash is causing crashes giving the message 'firefox is not responding' and slows down my internet experience. I know it's the add-on flash because when I disable it, firefox works much better. I tried all the suggestions concerning problems of flash on this site and nothing worked. I am running win 7 64 bit (Home premium). In addition, Firefox 36.0.1. All the drivers seem to be aware, but I'll check.
My question is... is it possible to easily disable/enable flash without going into the Add-ons Manager? According to what I'm doing, I'm in crashes and Add-ons for him Manager allow either when I need it or disable it when firefox is slow.
I've gotten to the point where I just open add-on Manager in a tab and the leave it open because I know I'll probably be in there turn flash on or off depending on the way in which its make my machine.
Also, I tried flash running in mode 'request to activate', but you must reload the page so that it can find the add-on.
This problem has been ongoing for a few months now; Performance of Firefox was so much better, but this problem does not appear to be resolved. I love firefox, I really want to go to a different browser.
Please ignore the above answer!
One of the reasons frequent slow script errors are the feature of mode of the Flash player plugin. The Protected Mode feature has safety benefits, but there seem to be some compatibility issues on some systems. You can turn it off by creating or modifying a parameter file. The following/post pages which provide different approaches:
- Adobe technical support under the heading of 'Last resort' article: Adobe Forums: how to fix protected Flash Player for Firefox mode?
- Batch file to automate the manual steps: https://support.mozilla.org/questions/982093#answer-518078 (alternative version of file batch of Carm with some modifications by me: https://onedrive.live.com/?cid=f7d304d92388737d & id = F7D304D9238...)
To download the Flash completely (closing and restarting Firefox could help) until it takes effect.
My internet connection speed slows down to about half of it is normal speed (or worse) until I have restart my router WRT320N. I see on the net that MANY other people have the same problem and can't seem to find a solution to this problem.
I have the latest version of the firmware installed and I have the upnp is off
I was told recently by a representative of Linksys Chat to perform this procedure, and I was wondering if anyone has tried and there set the coupling apparently daily slowdown that set in a reboot of the router for another day or two
Here is the procedure that I was instructed to do...
I was told disconnest the modem to the router-connect "than a PC ONLY" via a wired port #4 - reset the router by holding the button of reset in 30 seconds - switch off the router Linksys for 20 seconds and then turn it back on - check the LEDs of the Linksys router to make sure that the power, WLAN and port #4 are lit on the Linksys router. -clone the MAC - change "Mixed" wireless settings - name - change to 20 Mhz channel bandwidth and network use standard channel 11 - and in - use the Mode personal WPA - security settings and set my WPA pre-shared key password
Before shutting down the PC and router - reconnect the modem to the router and the PC to the router - then make sure that the modem, the router and the PC are disabled for cycle a minute and the power of their back on with the modem being first - then turn on the router and last the PC
Has anyone tried this, and he had to fix this downturn?
Thanks in advance
Well it's been 6 days that I woke up this morning and turned on the router and the modem from power overnight or lower I did after question troubleshooting the slow speed in the night before, does not
I consistantly get in the 2 to 3% of the broadband speed I pay for - but I have no idea what fixed the issue
So I'll mark it as "Resolved" and just hope that it comes not back again
Thanks for the recommendations Klatch
Wireless laptop: this computer's Internet speed is about 18 MB, 3 MB of loading. runs great
Computer PC: I had problems with downing video short loading like a YouTube. I tested the range cable to the modem and the router. For this computer, I have less than 1 MB then download 2.3 MB download. Defrag, cookies, drive, all is as it should be, ram 4 and Charter Security Suite up to date.
Is it possible Mozilla is part of the problem with the slow download PC and higher load up?
If you use a Flash based speed test, you will need to optimize first Flash until you get useful results during the test. Check out this thread: Firefox too slow to react.
About video downloads, make sure that you are completely up to date with your software from RealNetworks.
Previously, I had a problem where internet connection slowed down painfully when cell phone charges. I tried to reset the power settings. Now I can connect to the laptop... However, now the problem is that if connect you to WiFi via the laptop, regardless of if its loading or not, the internet becomes ridiculously slow. And if the wifi is turned off, it returns to normal. Help, please.
. Hi @ARD09,
Thanks for your reply. I review the post. I understand that drivers are a bit old. I first want to eliminate hardware issues with the computer's wireless card by performing all the steps which are associated software.
I understand perfectly that WiFi and wired Ethernet connection both seem to be slow.
A few steps to try:
- Disable all firewalls and antivirus, including ten windows programs have antivirus programs and firewalls.
- Try mode safe mode with networking to check if the Internet connection is fast. Try the wired and wireless options.
- Link to the safe mode with networking is given in my previous post. Please try this.
- Uninstall the existing network adapters and update the bios chipset network adapters and (wired and wireless) from this link: http://hp.com/drivers
- Please try to change the channel of the router with another value. Try different channels work. that could help for the wifi only.
- Try to perform a clean boot in windows 10 using this link: https://support.microsoft.com/en-in/kb/929135
- Try this link setting network connections in windows 10: https://support.microsoft.com/en-in/help/10741/windows-10-fix-network-connection-issues#network-problems=windows-8 & v1h = win8tab1 & v2h = win7tab1 & v3h = winvistatab1 & v4h = winxptab1
- Then create a new user profile and try to connect wifi french and using a wired connection.
- Then as a last resort try to restore system to factory setting and check if that helps after you back up all your files.
I hope this helps. I would like to know how this happens. I hope the problem is solved without hassle and the unit works very well. I'm always here for you help. Please reach out at any time.
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I'm a newbie here so don't know if I'm supposed to ask this question here but anyway, hope, my problem is solved somehow.
I'm on a Toshiba Satellite A200 laptop computer, I received last week and everything works well except my internet speed, its too slow. I'm on a 10 Mbps plan but my speed is no where near that. I get speeds close to 200 kb/s at 300 KB/s max. After some googleing I got to know that the Marvell Yukon LAN driver is the problem here.
According to some Internet sites, we are supposed to roll back the driver to a previous version, I did it, but speed still does not pass. I have tried almost all the things I can do, but nowhere so far. I called my ISP, they say that everything is rosy on the other hand, ran the scan of Norton Antivruis on this computer, the firewall disabled, and the list is long but nothing.
It would be great if someone could help me out here.
Thanks in advance...
checked your connection with another computer, if the problem persists try with another machine?
Would be really interesting... If not I suggest you to reclaim your machine to 'default '. Maybe it's solved something.
Another idea would be to remove the service from the "Qos" (quality of service) of your network connection, which hardly slows down the connection for software reasons.
Please give some feedback and please tell me what system you´re using (Vista, XP)
I have an internet connection of 70mbps/10Mbps and when my laptop is connected to the router with a wire, I have this internet speed.
But when I use the WIFI connection on my Toshiba Satellite L755D-120, I get only a speed of approximately 20 MB/s down. My router is a DLink DIR-615 router and my laptop is compatible with the 11n networks.
However, I have a USB adapter, which is not supported by 11n, but when I use that even to get a speed greater than without it--about 27 Mbit/s. How can it be possible?
I was wondering about the possibility that the laptop isn't suppert 11n, even if the specifications of the product tell you?
> But when I use the WIFI connection on my Toshiba Satellite L755D-120, I get only a speed of approximately 20 MB/s down. My router is a DLink DIR-615 router and my laptop is compatible with the 11n networks.
The laptop seems to bear the 802.11(b/g/n) Atheros AR9285 WiFi card.
So, you can use the standard 802.11 b, G or N.
Are you sure that the Wlan card is set to N?
You can check in the Device Manager-> card WLan-> properties-> Advanced tab
By the way: the 802.11 standard would operate the frequency of 2,4 Ghz because that 5 GHz is not allowed for an 802.11 wireless network cards support and therefore slower.
A question: you are using the latest driver?
thought that I write here rather then call linksys as we all know how that will turn out
I have a router of WRT1900AC months.
Computer--> Cat6 cable 1 GB--> 1 GB switch--> TWC atris Docsis 3.0 Modem NetGear.
Here's the scenario (which began in the last 2 weeks).
When the computer connected directly to the modem (no switch, without router)
The speeds are: 60MBps / 6 Mbps
Computer connected to the switch, switch to the computer - not a router:
The speeds are: 60MBps / 6 Mbps
Computer connected to the router, Modem Router Switch--> Switch:
Speed considerably down to 10 Mbps / 1.5
1 increased all - speeds. Added router - slow speeds.
2 reset the router to factory settings - slow speeds.
3 reset the default TWC modem and connect the router - slow speeds.
4 KeyboardDrake: changing every possible setting on the router - slow speeds.
5. increased on computer by trying different computers, disable FW, disable slow speeds Anti Virus etc - with router in place.
I'm at a time lost... I don't understand why my WRT1900AC bring down the internet so bad...
someone has an idea?
Try to enable Media prioritization and WMM support (by default it is enabled).
To make sure your MP that you assign bandwidth 60MBps downstream.
You don't have to move the devices or application to priority high, but just making it ready if you could make a difference.
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