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Is Upstream(Kbps)= ~230 and Downstream(Kbps)=4998 right for UL1350 Plan

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    Default Is Upstream(Kbps)= ~230 and Downstream(Kbps)=4998 right for UL1350 Plan

    Hi Friends,

    I got a new BSNL UL1350 plan in Kolkata, and initially i saw it shows the following line rate for my ADSL2 modem (ITI DNA-A211-I),

    Upstream (Kbps): 496
    Downstream (Kbps): 1996

    so, i called the respective JTO and requested him to increase my downstream to match the 4mbps speed promised by the plan
    and he changed them to be as follows,

    Upstream (Kbps): something around 230
    Downstream (Kbps): 4998

    do you think this is the right line rate ? particularly the Upstream ?
    should i ask him to make it Upstream = 496 and Downstream = 3998 ?

    i'm getting very low speed while using VPN, which was giving me a good speed with the initial rate ?

    does this low upstream = ~230 has any negative impact on the speed while using VPN ?

    Regards-

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    ur downstream rate is fine bt ur upstream should b 512

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    yep upload should b around 500.

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    yea...
    tell your JTO to synchronise your upstream rate again...

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    hello guys,

    many thanks for the advice, i'll followup with the JTO to make upstream line rate around 512 kbps

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