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    DSL speed and resuming

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    by jhoncarry ·

    hy every one I have running a network house and still have a network speed and resuming issue with DSL connection guide me solve it.

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    • #3964446
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      Too little information/details to offer assistance.

      by Wizard57M-TR ·

      In reply to DSL speed and resuming

      Only thing I can advise based on the information you’ve provided is to check with your service provider, or possibly replacing equipment such as the modem/router, etc.

      • #3964484
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        by birdmantd ·

        In reply to Too little information/details to offer assistance.

        We don’t know anything about the hardware or software used: computer or laptop, modem/router information, Windows or Mac, version of operating system, internet provider and subscribed speeds. The list goes on.

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      by kees_b ·

      In reply to DSL speed and resuming

      The network speed in your home network (a LAN) has nothing to do with the DSL-connection to your provider.
      And it’s quite unclear what a “resuming issue” is.

      When, as recommended above, you contact your ISP, be sure to be clear about the connection problems with them and the speed problems in your home network. They only do between them and the modem or modem/router combo. Not the WiFi and not the transferspeed between different devices on your LAN.

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    • #4010926

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      by Johnharper2020 ·

      In reply to DSL speed and resuming

      1. Your internet plan is too slow
      If your internet slows down only when too many other people are online simultaneously, you’re probably using more bandwidth than your plan allows. Use our internet speed test to see if you’re getting the speed advertised by your ISP. If your results are close to your plan speed, consider upgrading.

      Your internet package gives you a specific amount of bandwidth, and if there’s more information trying to move around than there is bandwidth, you run into a traffic jam.

      Think of your internet connection like a road directly to your house. One car’s worth of people (or internet data) can reach your house at a time. If there are three cars trying to get there, they have to line up to get to your house. And if more cars arrive as the others are waiting to reach your house, the line and the delays get longer.

      The easiest way to get more bandwidth is by upgrading to a faster internet plan that can keep up with your household. We’re online now more than ever, and the internet plan you signed up for a few years ago might not be sufficient today if your connection slows down every time multiple people use the internet.

      Regards,
      John

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