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I have high speed internet enhanced, but...

#1LittleYamiPosted 11/30/2013 4:03:18 PM
still only getting 1mbps. I updated my Verizon DSL service to the enhanced version a few months ago, which offers 1.1-15 mbps of speed, but I'm still getting a measly 1mbps. I'm using a wireless connection with 2 laptops and a PS3. Would a wired connection give me mbps the enhanced version says it would?
#2Cool_Dude667Posted 11/30/2013 4:04:09 PM
DSL is really bad man, I had it last month for abit before I just switched back to comcast :/
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#3skychanPosted 11/30/2013 4:08:55 PM(edited)
i have Verizon DSL too.....it suck lol
i want to switch but...
comcast have monthly limit..........dl..p..o...r...

check Transceiver Statistics and check what speed you getting
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#4ShadowofSolidusPosted 11/30/2013 4:08:12 PM
Possibly. Get a good modem/router combo and use ethernet connection instead of wireless. See if that pushes your ISP's internet speed to its full or max potential.

If it doesn't work then you have a bs ISP.
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#5ShadowofSolidusPosted 11/30/2013 4:15:39 PM
Oh and what are the specs of your wireless network adapter? Like some may have a limit to what you can receive which is why you are getting low connection speeds.

Let's say for example your wireless network adapter has a limit of
1-5 mbps

Which is equivalent to.

0.125 MB/s - 0.625 MB/s
1/8 MB/s to 5/8 MB/s
since there are 8 megabits in every megabyte.
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#6LittleYami(Topic Creator)Posted 11/30/2013 4:16:00 PM
Unfortunately, Verizon seems to be the only service that's available in my complex. I want to update to Fios, but it's unavailable. Although, I was told by at least 2 Verizon employees, that if I want Fios installed sooner, instead of waiting for them, I just need to talk to my property owner.
#7LittleYami(Topic Creator)Posted 11/30/2013 4:18:00 PM
skychan posted...
i have Verizon DSL too.....it suck lol
i want to switch but...
comcast have monthly limit..........dl..p..o...r...

check Transceiver Statistics and check what speed you getting


How do I check Transceiver Statistics?
#8ShadowofSolidusPosted 11/30/2013 4:18:22 PM
It also depends on your router's minimum and maximum connection received as well.

So specs of your router as well please.
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#9LittleYami(Topic Creator)Posted 11/30/2013 4:19:14 PM
ShadowofSolidus posted...
Oh and what are the specs of your wireless network adapter? Like some may have a limit to what you can receive which is why you are getting low connection speeds.

Let's say for example your wireless network adapter has a limit of
1-5 mbps

Which is equivalent to.

0.125 MB/s - 0.625 MB/s
1/8 MB/s to 5/8 MB/s
since there are 8 megabits in every megabyte.


How do I check the specs?
#10ShadowofSolidusPosted 11/30/2013 4:20:28 PM
LittleYami posted...
ShadowofSolidus posted...
Oh and what are the specs of your wireless network adapter? Like some may have a limit to what you can receive which is why you are getting low connection speeds.

Let's say for example your wireless network adapter has a limit of
1-5 mbps

Which is equivalent to.

0.125 MB/s - 0.625 MB/s
1/8 MB/s to 5/8 MB/s
since there are 8 megabits in every megabyte.


How do I check the specs?


Go to your laptop manufacturer's website and look up your laptop and check the specs.
It should say something about network adapter specs under the total specs.
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