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Old 2004-02-07, 12:46   Link #1
farah_ustun
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Unhappy i have low dl speed but higher up speed :'(

Hmmm... i've been trying to fix this problem for a very long time.... very, very long time now...

Each time i try to download sumthin, no matter what size, my download speed stays around 2-3 kb/s and my upload varies between 3-6 kb/s....

I have tried opening ports on Zone Alarm, but it doesnt seem to work either. Disabling ZA when downloading gives the same problem still...

PLZ HELP :'(

Here are my relevant configs btw...

ADSL 300 kbs (dl), 50 kbs (up)
Zone Alarm Pro
Windows XP Pro
BT Experiental 3.2.1
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Old 2004-02-07, 13:01   Link #2
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While using BT be sure to:
  • Remove your firewall and open it up again after a few minutes into the download.
  • Remove the XP internal firewall.
  • Open up your ports.
  • Set the upload rate at around 50/60% of what you currently have.

Read the FAQs too, it always help.
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Old 2004-02-08, 07:59   Link #3
farah_ustun
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Thanks for the help... i'll go and try that closing firewall and opening it again thing...

oh, i forgot to mention before that my xp firewall is already off...
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