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    Default Great Download Speed But Poor Upload Speed

    I Recently Went For BSNL PLan 500c+ First Was On 750ul+ The Upload Speed Of 750+ Was Same As The Download Speed 32KBps But Now On 500c+ I Am Getting A Poor Upload Speed Of 15 KBps Due To This I Had To Buy A SeedBox As I am A Torrent Uploader

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    Quote Originally Posted by gauravj209 View Post
    I Recently Went For BSNL PLan 500c+ First Was On 750ul+ The Upload Speed Of 750+ Was Same As The Download Speed 32KBps But Now On 500c+ I Am Getting A Poor Upload Speed Of 15 KBps Due To This I Had To Buy A SeedBox As I am A Torrent Uploader
    Impossible. UL 750+ cannot give 32 KBps upload speed. In Asymmetric DSL modem, upload speed is not more than half of download speed. If you are using 500 C +, check your firewall settings. Disable it and try.

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    well your theory on ADSL is absolutely right , its not supposed to be the same , but i have personally seen UL 750 plans having 32KBps i.e. 256kbps upload speed.. i guess this is probably because of the TRAI terms and conditions..

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    Quote Originally Posted by meetdilip View Post
    Impossible. UL 750+ cannot give 32 KBps upload speed.
    Not true. I can show you the UL 750 Speed from Speedtest.net - The Global Broadband Speed Test
    Download 32KBps Upload 56KBps. Starting IP 117.


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    Wink Better Upload Speed

    My Upload speed is also more than 30KBps for torrents compared to 27 KBps download speed.

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    Upload speed used to be more than the download speed when I was using Home 750 ul plan. Now I am using Home 500 C+ plan and the upload speed is only near 15 kB/s. Few weeks before it used to above 54 kB/s and the ping value was near 400 ms. Starting IP 117.

    Current speed


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    My UL 750 result



    Its been the same for last 3 months.

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    Thumbs up Speed Test

    My Speed Test for UL750


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    can anybody tell wt is download speed in UL750 plan BSNL.
    I Know KUNG-FU
    and 50 other dangerous word

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    Quote Originally Posted by money_ms View Post
    can anybody tell wt is download speed in UL750 plan BSNL.
    Download speed of Home 750ul and Home 750ul plus is upto 256 kilobits/s or 32 kiloBytes/s.

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    I'm stuck between 15-25 KBPS.... in Home500c+. Its mostly around 17KBPS.

    Will bsnl not upgrade their plans ....
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    Quote Originally Posted by thats_me View Post
    I'm stuck between 15-25 KBPS.... in Home500c+. Its mostly around 17KBPS.

    Will bsnl not upgrade their plans ....
    You may need port forwarding. Download speed of UL 750 is 256 Kbps / 32 KBps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thats_me View Post
    I'm stuck between 15-25 KBPS.... in Home500c+. Its mostly around 17KBPS.

    Will bsnl not upgrade their plans ....
    you shout get atleast upload of 100 - 150 kBps and download of ~200 kBps in 500 plan

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    Quote Originally Posted by meetdilip View Post
    You may need port forwarding. Download speed of UL 750 is 256 Kbps / 32 KBps.
    I'm in bridged mode so no port forwarding is required.

    Quote Originally Posted by kirankumargb View Post
    you shout get atleast upload of 100 - 150 kBps and download of ~200 kBps in 500 plan
    I dont think old users can reach that speed since max upload speed is 256 KBps. For some reason that upgrade has not been implemented for old users(before port binding came along). However new users hit such speeds, rarely imo though.
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    Have you tried TCP/IP optimizer from speedguide.net

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    Quote Originally Posted by meetdilip View Post
    Have you tried TCP/IP optimizer from speedguide.net
    Yes. It doesnt help with upload speed at all. Please note I'm only talking of upload speed.
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    thats_me look at your ADSL GUI web page the uplod speed. What dose it shows to you. If it shows to you 256Kbps then you never get high uplod speed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Indranil View Post
    thats_me look at your ADSL GUI web page the uplod speed. What dose it shows to you. If it shows to you 256Kbps then you never get high uplod speed.
    Yes, I know. It shows 2048 KbPS down and 256 KbPS up speed. Thats why I said that new users may get higher speeds. Cause some of my friends have higher upload displayed in the modem config/status page.

    N.B. you dont need to connect to internet to view this page just make sure the link is stable. Got to 192.168.1.1 and view status or info page. There the upstream and downstream speeds are shown.
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    ^^^ can u pls post a screenshot of the ADSL GUI page ?

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    I'm not complaining its the speed that I get and will keep getting.

    Its not possible for me to get higher than 32KBPS upload speed.
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    You need specials modems for high upload speeds. Ask for this kinds of modems when you purchase from BSNL.
    (As per BSNL[SDO] official from our telephone exchange)

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    @josin:You mean by changing modem I can get higher speeds.Please tell me more.

    home 500C
    After all the optimizations here is my speed.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Josin View Post
    You need specials modems for high upload speeds. Ask for this kinds of modems when you purchase from BSNL.
    (As per BSNL[SDO] official from our telephone exchange)
    The Upload and Download speed what we see in the ADSL Web GUI page this is the seetings from the DSLAM. The port where your ADSL connect with the DSLAM have this speed. Untile the speed will upgrade in the DSLAM Port you never see the change in the Upload and Download speed in your ADSL Web GUI page.

    You dont need to change your ADSL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Indranil View Post
    The Upload and Download speed what we see in the ADSL Web GUI page this is the seetings from the DSLAM. The port where your ADSL connect with the DSLAM have this speed. Untile the speed will upgrade in the DSLAM Port you never see the change in the Upload and Download speed in your ADSL Web GUI page.

    You dont need to change your ADSL.
    Agreed. You cannot get what BSNL does not give you.
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