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wildrain

@cpe.net.cable.rogers

Rogers Hi-Speed Lite?

can anyone recommend a good setting for Rogers Hi-Speed Lite using the Dr. TCP, basically, what's a good TCP receive window to input in ('cause at the moment I have 34848), any suggestions... and what about the MTU?

wildrain

Kabdel

join:2002-02-07
Canada
What speeds are you getting? Just curious.


wildrain

@cpe.net.cable.rogers
reply to wildrain
Below's what I got on the Speed Tests...
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2002-06-05 14:20:26 EST: 99 / 60

Your download speed : 99320 bps, or 99 kbps.
A 12.1 KB/sec transfer rate.
Your upload speed : 60799 bps, or 60 kbps.
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although, their advertised speeds are up to 128 Kbps download, and 64 Kbps upload, so atleast my upload is around there, but my download could improve, any suggestions?

here's my tweak test...

»monitor.dslreports.com/tweak/blo···a=normal


jbcalg
Premium
join:2001-10-08
Calgary, AB
reply to wildrain
with a 128/64 connection try 5840 or 7300 - the high rwin may be slowing things down a bit

you're less than 80% of the posted rate, should be more like 110 - 115 kbps

where's the speed test from?
try either nyc or boston from here: »www.speakeasy.net/popfaq
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wildrain

@cpe.net.cable.rogers
I tried both TCP receive windows 5840, and 7300... it didn't really make too much of a difference, still the same thing, I'm still stuck with....
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2002-06-05 15:01:36 EST: 98 / 60
Your download speed : 98835 bps, or 98 kbps.
A 12 KB/sec transfer rate.

Your upload speed : 60698 bps, or 60 kbps.
Your connection hardly qualified as broadband, at least in that test
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and I tested that from »www.speakeasy.net/main.php?page=nyc and also tried the Boston one, no change...

not sure what's wrong, maybe it's a peak time, I'll try later on 2nite, and see if there's a difference then...

wildrain


jbcalg
Premium
join:2001-10-08
Calgary, AB
90% (or 80% - 90%) is the optimal range to aim for

but certainly the node you're on, the time of day (re internet traffic etc), and other factors all come into play too
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elusion
Premium
join:2001-10-25
Scarborough, ON
reply to wildrain
I think that's the best you are going to get, everyone that I know that has rogers lite, is getting your speeds.
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elusion
Premium
join:2001-10-25
Scarborough, ON
reply to wildrain
by the way, 34848 isnt a good rwin for your connection, try 7300.


wildrain

@cpe.net.cable.rogers
thanks going out to all those who have helped... I really appreciate it...

wildrain


datac8
Rogerstech

join:2002-06-08
Toronto, ON
reply to wildrain
I would also recommend that you call rogers tech support and have them check the frequencies on your modem (tx/rx) some modems are more sensitive to frequency interruption then others and this can cause slower/intermittant connections.

dc.