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Have roadrunner cable modem SuRFboard 6580

when i use filezellia to up load to filesonic i only get 20kB/s
when i upload threw web browser i get 343kB/s

another strange thing when i wireless print (not at the same time as using ftp) it takes forever for it to print a photo, but if i plug in usb and print same photo it prints fast


any ideas would be nice
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Have roadrunner cable modem SuRFboard 6580

when i use filezellia to up load to filesonic i only get 20kB/s
when i upload threw web browser i get 343kB/s

another strange thing when i wireless print (not at the same time as using ftp) it takes forever for it to print a photo, but if i plug in usb and print same photo it prints fast


any ideas would be nice
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As far as the Cable Modem goes, the first step is a hard reset IMO (someone else correct me if I am wrong) There should be a small reset button on the unit. Hold that unit down for 20-30 seconds, and while you are doing that, unplug the power to the unit. Then go ahead and release the reset button, and plug the unit back it. It should go through its normal boot sequence.

After that, Navigate through the device and set up the wireless like you would normally (you know, name your network, choose your wireless security, etc.)

Then head on over to Speedtest and run a couple tests choosing different servers.

here are a few things to think about.

are you using the integrate WIFI/networking capability, or do you have another router hooked up to it?

Look at the Cable going from your wall to the cable modem, is it frayed, bent, needs to be replaced, etc?

I hope this helps, but there are other options.
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Also realize that the way Cable internet works, the more user (neighbors around you) that are on at the same time as you, the less up/down bandwidth you will get.
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im use built in wifi/network
that cable is fine just had installed two weeks ago
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Also realize that the way Cable internet works, the more user (neighbors around you) that are on at the same time as you, the less up/down bandwidth you will get.
Yes, back in 1999.

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im use built in wifi/network
that cable is fine just had installed two weeks ago
Try connecting via ethernet cable and then test again. This way you can rule out Wi-Fi being the issue. Also, post a speed test here.
    
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It's still that way in a lot of areas man. Especially if you are with Time Warner.

FiOs and Uverse aren't like that, but most of the oldschool "cable" companies still have that issue, even with the newest DOCSIS standards.
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It's still that way in a lot of areas man. Especially if you are with Time Warner.

FiOs and Uverse aren't like that, but most of the oldschool "cable" companies still have that issue, even with the newest DOCSIS standards.
A neighbourhood node should be able to handle up to and including 10,000 users. Unless of course your cable company is very cheap and hasn't updated their infrastructure, in ooooh 15 years.
    
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