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post #11 of 20
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Originally Posted by sti-06 View Post
I dont know about modem but I just replaced my Asus RTN-16 with Netgear WNDR3700. Difference was huge!!! To be honest, Asus is not as good as like everyone says.

I have 50mbps cable from Comcast.

I am constantly getting 50-60mbps with wireless connection from my laptop. With Asus router my speed was 25-30mbps.

I tried Linksys E3000 too and results were same as Asus. WNDR3700 is the best router I have ever owned. Go with netgear you wont be disappointed!
were you using the stock ASUS firmware? That would have explained it.

That or you are using 5ghz dual band radio, you were using a clogged up channel or cable congestion was really bad that day.
Edited by darksideleader - 2/27/11 at 3:47pm
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Well, since you say its easy to port forward, mind helping me?
    
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Log into the router and go to 'my network'
Then go to the device you want to forward to
Click the port forwarding link
Click advanced
Enter info, connection 'broadband (coax)'

That should do it
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I've done that countless times, I'm not uneducated. It just doesn't want to work when I do it.
    
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I dont see the relevance how I get 60mbps. However, I didnt say I am constantly getting 60mbps. It varies between 50-60mbps and it all depends on the bandwidth. If there are less people using the internet around me (assuming they have cable too) I will get a lot more speed and bandwidth to myself. Therefore, it peaks to 60mbps.

I used to get 20mbps all day on a 12mbps plan. So explain that! Hint: read above.

I have an older laptop with Airlink Wireless N usb adapter which is 2.4ghz and it gets the same speed as my laptop. Also, I dont see my 5ghz network listed in my wireless network connections list because my built-in wireless is NOT capable of 5ghz.
5ghz network has different name than 2.4ghz network. So, all these test are done under 2.4ghz connection.

/thread jack.

FIOS isn't shared bandwidth, but I do get 26mbps down w/ a 20mbit package. (still on the 20/5 package)

The actiontec's have great throughput that you going to have to spend at least a few hundred bucks to match likely (approaching 100mbps on the WAN side)

Port Forwarding is literally LAN IP, Port, Protocol,... done.

If your still not getting through, sounds more like windows firewall, or user error with whichever application you are using.
    
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I don't know about in your area, but in mine you can't entirely get rid of the router they provide. The set top boxes need the internet connection from it. Without internet, they will lose guide data, video on demand, and widgets. At best you can set it up in bridge mode and use it in addition to another router.
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post #17 of 20
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Some other people I know also have the same router, but don't have a problem. :|
I don't know what else it could be, I don't have any firewalls enabled right now.

I think I found my problem, for some reason windows thinks I have 2 internet connections, ones set to home, and the others set to public and I can't change that one to home.


Why does it even say I have two?

Edit: I got rid of the second connection, it was due to homegroup. Still not working though. Its not a router problem, because I've tried it with another computer, and that computer worked fine....

Edited by RileyD - 3/4/11 at 10:24pm
    
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I'm assuming that Apache is running on port 82? What happens when you telnet to port 82 on your own computer and type this:
GET http://<my ip>/index.html HTTP/1.1
followed by two carriage returns?
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It's not Apache.
    
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Uh...what is it, then?
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