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What is the ip address on the modem to check incoming connection speed?

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Usually it starts with 192.168.1.1

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Call your service provider for instructions

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    Keith Deininger Feb 28, 2011

    If you would like to check your Internet connection speed there are 2 great sites that are used by most ISP installation techs.

    www.speedtest.net

    and

    www.pingtest.net

    This first one will validate how fast you are able to transmit packets from your computer to the testing server. Download speeds will always be higher than upload speed. This is normal as most of what we do is down streaming data from websites, email, etc.

    The second site will allow you to test the latency of packet transmission. What this means is it is measuring the "jitter" on the wire. You should pick a testing server that is closest to where you live. This goes for the speedtest site too. The site will know who your ISP provider is and will give you very accurate results. If the results are rated poorly, you might want to begin by replacing the coaxial cable (if it is a cable modem) from the wall jack to the modem. Retest the connection note any differences. You will also want to note what time of day you run the tests.

    Depending on where you live, either in a single family home, apartment, inner city or out in the burbs as each of these factors will affect your connection speeds and QoS (quality of service). for instance if you live in an apartment with everyone using the same ISP for cable TV, Internet and VoIP phone service, connection speeds will much slower due to everyone using the same data connection pipe.

    Try those things out and let me know what you find. If you still experience slow speeds, you should contact your ISP provider and have them dispatch a tech to test the lines from the pole where it comes into your home and into the network. I could be there is a problem with the line or tap coming in from the street level.

    As for the posting of the support site, I would stay away from them and deal with the professionals here.

    Thanks, Keith, MCSE, CISSP, CSSA

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