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How Can I Remove The Limit Of My Internet Connection?


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#1 anjo03

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Posted 26 November 2007 - 05:35 AM

HOW CAN I REMOVE THE LIMIT OF MY INTERNET CONNECTION?

i heard my friends talking about removing the internet limit connection.

can someone help me?

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Posted 26 November 2007 - 05:42 AM

Hi anjo03

If you do find a way, please be sure and let us all know. :flowers: :thumbsup:

At the moment I would say that the only way would be to pay a lot more money to your ISP, but I would love to be proved wrong.

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#3 anjo03

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Posted 26 November 2007 - 05:56 AM

aw.
i'm hoping for an answer not a question also.

they unlocked their connection

before it was just 50kbps. per second, but when it was unlocked it came to 1mb. i dunno how to do that.

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Posted 26 November 2007 - 02:01 PM

I've never heard of anything as simple as "unlocking" an internet connection. I have worked for a few ISPs before...

If you are speaking of a broadband connection such as DSL or cable then the only way to get more bandwidth is to upgrade the package that you happen to have. With either, depending on where you are downloading from, the actual download speed is going to vary. From some places you might see as little as a few kbps and with others you might see 300-400++kbps on a standard package.

You can find what kind of speeds you are getting by running a speed test:

speedtest.net
speakeasy.net/speedtest

Also, though, if you are having problems with slow speeds and you believe that they are far lower than what you are paying for you might consider contacting your ISP so they can take a look from their end and see if there are any issues. I know that in many cases that speed issues can be a result of faulty equipment, provisioning errors, and even problems at a central office (if you have DSL) or at your phone box outside the house (again with DSL only).

If you could be a little more specific I might be able to point you in the right direction. Where are you seeing the speeds you are getting right now? What kind of package are you paying for? Download/Upload? Who is your ISP?

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Posted 27 November 2007 - 06:48 AM

heres my point.

the internet line is connected to a internet router.

then to the LAN

The type of connection is PPPoE

i want to do it since my friends are talking about it.

hope you get the point

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Posted 27 November 2007 - 09:03 AM

maybe they use a bandwidth limiter like DU super controler or the router settings enabled the QoS which can limit the consumption of every unit connected to the router by direct or by switch.

in DU supercontroler you have to know the password to set your speed into unlimited on the other hand, you shoud know the username and password of router and have some knowledge editing the settings.




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