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Beaumont, TX
reply to NormanS

Re: What can cause slow upload speed?

It a SpeedStream Model 4100, Software Version, First Use Date 2007/01/09 00:36:50 GMT, 3008 Kbps (downstream)
512 Kbps (upstream).


ADSL Information
Line State UP
Modulation ANSI
Data Path interleaved

To Modem To Internet
Max Allowed Speed (kbps) 3008 512
SN Margin (dB) 21.5 -
Line Attenuation (dB) 27.5 -
Loss of Signal 0 -
Loss of Frame 0 0
CRC Errors 2 3

ATM Information
VPI / VCI 0 / 35
Protocol PPPoE

In Octets 84502
In Errors 0
In Unicast Packets 375
In Non Unicast Packets 0
In Discard Packets 0

Out Octets 71368
Out Errors 0
Out Unicast Packets 460
Out Non Unicast Packets 0
Out Discard Packets 0

PPPoE Information
Session Status UP
Server MAC Address -
Session ID 11911

Any thing else? I spent 3 hrs on the phone on 7/4 to no avail,they sent a truck today and ATT guy checked my line, said there was nothing wrong with it, the guy acted like I was wasting his time. I had to ask him to check it at the box on the house and he did and said "nothing wrong". He took the drop wires loose and checked them back to att. Said must be somthing inside or computer. I have 2 computers doing the same thing! When I got home yesterday the internet light was blinking green on the modem and I had to reboot it. There is a reset button on the modem,what does that do?

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