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    hey guys tel me if i change my plan to 500+ , wil i get speed of 256 or near while downloading...

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    U'll get speed around 200kBps... and thats not bad I guess... But the problem is that its data transfer is limited to 1.5 GB/month for home 500 c (Rental Rs. 500/month) and 2.5 GB/month for home 500 c+ (Rental Rs. 600/month)... U can download large files only between 2-8am cuz its a night unlimited plan...

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    Yes This is INDIA...

    My sis getting 20Mb/s Connection for same price in NY!
    YO!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bhvm View Post
    Yes This is INDIA...

    My sis getting 20Mb/s Connection for same price in NY!
    YO!
    Thats sooo true... Indian isps are a rip off

    Hopefully with time there will be more competetion and the prices will come down and speeds will get better

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    hi guys
    i am using same DNS server i.e 208.67.222.222 and 208.67.220.220 but i cannot get much speed which is required for while i check downloading it shows 50kbps . i have question that with this two DNS Server which is good this increses speed but not much so i want to change my ip address also can you give good ip address that match with this 2DNS server to get Good speed . Plz Do rply i am using home combo plan 500C and My TCP/IP setting is
    IP address 192.168.1.2
    subnet mask 255.255.255.0
    default gateway 192.168.1.1
    And modem setting is in Bridge Mode plz do rply

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    Quote Originally Posted by Admin View Post
    Setting DNS For Your Connection
    One of the major problems with BSNL Dataone Broadband connection is the DNS servers they provide by default. Most of the time they are very slow and sometimes they fail to respond. I noticed that I am starting to spend a significant amount of time in DNS resolution with Dataone connection, often it is larger than the time it takes to actually get the reponse. Here is a simple solution to significantly speed up your DNS resolution.

    Open up the network connection profile and edit TCP/IP settings. In the DNS server address fields, specify the following DNS server addresses: 208.67.222.222 and 208.67.220.220
    Disconnect the connection and then connect again. You are done.

    This specifies third party DNS servers which are significantly faster than BSNL Dataone’s DNS servers.

    1.where exactly do I find the network connection profile?
    2.Are there any side effects of it?
    3.AT speedtest.net my download speed is showing around 140kbps,im on 759ul+ , how can i increase to the promised 256kbps?
    Last edited by hussain2232; 13th January 2009 at 10:50 PM.

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    Does this work with VISTA ? Which setting is this IPV4 or 6 ?

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    If you are talking about the dns setting then yes they would work with every operating system as the internet works the same way regardless what OS you are using.

    What is IPV4 and 6? please elaborate.

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    I am currently using 1350 UL plan..the speed of it sucks....it downloads at a speed of 5-10 Kbps....:38:

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    Quote Originally Posted by chintantan View Post
    does this work with vista ? Which setting is this ipv4 or 6 ?
    ipv4

    Quote Originally Posted by Admin View Post
    What is IPV4 and 6? please elaborate.
    Currently internet is using ipv4 protocols... ipv6 is new set of next generation protocol which Microsoft has implemented in Vista & probably win 7 too... keeping future un mind...
    Last edited by itsmemad; 12th February 2009 at 09:56 PM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost

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