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    Default Increase Speed of BSNL Broadband connection

    When I say speed up your connection I do not mean the download speed but it is for the browsing experience we get. It takes some time for the DNS to respond when we try to reach a web address as the DNS would find out for you what IP address to reach and where the server is located. Once your system has this info it starts direct communication with the web server of whatever website you are trying to open.

    This process should ideally take less then 20-30ms but using BSNL DNS would mean that you would be waiting some 2-3 seconds some times at peak hours for the DNS to respond as their servers are over loaded in the evenings when the whole nation descends upon the world wide web all at once when they get home from work.


    I use Google's DNS for this purpose and if you check the latency to their servers is normally 8-10ms from anywhere in India. Don't blame Google if you are on a lousy GPRS class 5 connection. Generally speaking on a decent wired connection that is the latency you should ideally get.

    Below are the IP addresses for Google DNS that you can use to speed things up for yourself :

    8.8.8.8
    8.8.4.4

    It does not matter which ISP you use because you could still use a third party DNS. Some people use Open DNS but I find Google DNS to be the best out of the lot.

    I hope this helps.
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    Default Great tips

    this works for me thanks for sharing.

    Everyone advised to use this.

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    Does it work for the Unlimited PLAN ??

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    Yes it should work..
    Just write down your original settings and use the ones given in the first post and see how it goes and if it doesn't make any difference just revert to your original DNS settings and you will be fine
    Dont forget to report back what the result was.. a screen shot of your speed test would be a huge favor.. if possible before and after pictures please.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Admin View Post
    Yes it should work..
    Just write down your original settings and use the ones given in the first post and see how it goes and if it doesn't make any difference just revert to your original DNS settings and you will be fine
    Dont forget to report back what the result was.. a screen shot of your speed test would be a huge favor.. if possible before and after pictures please.

    Its not working may be because bandwith for unlimited plans are 256 kbps (and not upto 2mbps). any ways thanks for the info on increasing bb speed.

    I hope BSNL increases the speed of Unlimited plans to 512 Kbps atleast by 2008.

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    I guess you got the wrong impression.. These DNS settings wont increase your speed beyond what your plans max speed is, it would only help in bringing your actual speed to the advertised speed for your plan so if you are getting anywhere near 80% of 256kbps then you are getting what you should do and anything above that is a bonus

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    this is not true.... here is the proof...

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    Default its not working

    i am setting this dns server address.its shows error the server address is blocked

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    I used to Download at about 30 Kbps using my plan
    And after using the DNS server ips I still got 30 Kbps

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    The downloading speed was normal to me bcoz it was same as it was bfore.

    Here's a screen cap of my speed




    By using RapidShare Premium speed is 200kbps-240kbps.
    By using Torrents speed is 220kbps-250kbps.
    By using DIRECT HTTP or FTP speed is 250kbps constant.

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    dont expect to get 2mbits on a 256K connection!!!dns servers help reduce the time it takes to load web pages!!nobody else noticing tht after u type a web address, u hav to wait for 4-5 seconds and then the website starts loading very fast?

    well by changing the dns server u can reduce tht 4-5 second waiting time!!

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    thanks for the tips admin..i am using that already and let me tell you the speed definitely gets improved..

    one more tip to add is:

    in your microsoft's data handling you can reduce its "Onlinesvc"'s bandwidth utilization to 0% which is by default set at 20%..so getting another 20% added to your speed boosting

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    I use Treewalk DNS. It also helps me in faster browsing

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    Quote Originally Posted by jassy View Post
    thanks for the tips admin..i am using that already and let me tell you the speed definitely gets improved..

    one more tip to add is:

    in your microsoft's data handling you can reduce its "Onlinesvc"'s bandwidth utilization to 0% which is by default set at 20%..so getting another 20% added to your speed boosting
    elaborate?

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    Default 20% reserved bandwidth

    Quote Originally Posted by (-N-) View Post
    elaborate?
    Microsoft reserves 20% of your available bandwidth for its own purposes (suspect for updates and interrogating your machine etc.)
    Here’s how to get it back

    Click Start / Run
    Type: gpedit.msc
    This opens the group policy editor. Then go to:

    Local Computer Policy / Computer Configuration / Administrative Templates / Network / QOS Packet Scheduler / Limit Reservable Bandwidth

    Double click on Limit Reservable bandwidth. It will say it is not configured, but the truth is under the ‘Explain‘ tab:

    “By default, the Packet Scheduler limits the system to 20 percent of the bandwidth of a connection, but you can use this setting to override the default.”

    So the trick is to ENABLE reservable bandwidth, then set it to ZERO. This will allow the system to reserve nothing, rather than the default 20%.

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    Quote Originally Posted by (-N-) View Post
    dont expect to get 2mbits on a 256K connection!!!dns servers help reduce the time it takes to load web pages!!nobody else noticing tht after u type a web address, u hav to wait for 4-5 seconds and then the website starts loading very fast?

    well by changing the dns server u can reduce tht 4-5 second waiting time!!
    Well i dont face this problem. I have their connection at my office and i would say that it load a website instantly.

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    Default it's o.k but you get some other benefits

    may be changing the dns not affected/increased to your net speed, but they are the Open DNS Settings you will get some other benefits using those like blocking porno sites or any site you would like to block etc. For more details go to the site OpenDNS | Providing A Safer And Faster Internet

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    Thumbs up Alternate DNS Servers

    Try using the follwing DNS addresses as the ping latency is considerably less when compared to others. I hope, these two servers are in Bangalore only. Bangalore users may face an improvement in the loading time of the webpage

    Primary: 218.248.220.46
    Secondary:218.248.220.69



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    Am on Treewalk DNS service

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    thanks for sharing the info dude..

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    Default Hello

    People i am using thea above DNS settiings but the problems are same.
    many sites like Yahoo mail (Ouch!), Nokia discussions, Hotmail, Sun Java etc are not working

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    you can also try changing the default MTU in your modem settings.sometimes setting it lower(default is usually 1483 or 1500) helps.
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    Quote Originally Posted by whitestar_999 View Post
    you can also try changing the default MTU in your modem settings.sometimes setting it lower(default is usually 1483 or 1500) helps.
    dear sir,
    I am new to all this, Some detailed explanation would be appreciated!

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    in my modem in LAN settings there is "MTU" setting which is 1500 in my case.there should be this setting in your modem & should be set around 1483 or 1500.lower it to say 1460 & then see if it helps.
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    dear admin,
    is this dns still giving speed nearer to actual????

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    I wanted to clarify the people who misunderstood the original post.

    First some insights:

    Every website we open by typing a URL eg: Yahoo! is actually a domain name. It has to be converted to the appropriate IP address eg:191.100.10.10, it is the address of the server where the web pages are stored, in order to download the web page to your browser.

    This conversion from Domain name to IP address is done by DNS servers. So, every URL you type requires the services of DNS servers. Hence, DNS servers come into play only when conversion is required.

    what the original post intend to say is, as the BSNL provides default DNS servers, every body uses them and hence load will be more and thus delay in converting domain name to ip address. If you use any third party DNS then there may be increase in this "name resolution" ie conversion. Hence, you can notice that websites load faster.

    But most of you mistook that it will increase download speeds, it is wrong because if I want to download a file of 10 MB. I request DNS server only once for 'name resolution' and once the browser finds the IP address the download starts directly from the server and DNS server is not in the loop at all.

    By using faster DNS server you can only notice speed in loading websites, ie if It takes 5 seconds to load a website when I use a busy DNS server, it may take 4 seconds if I use other DNS server. Hence, while browsing you can see some difference but not while downloading files.

    Hope its clear now

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    DNS uses udp packets for resolving domain to ip .just changing dns ip address wont make website to load faster

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    Quote Originally Posted by dear_srik View Post
    I wanted to clarify the people who misunderstood the original post.

    First some insights:

    Every website we open by typing a URL eg: Yahoo! is actually a domain name. It has to be converted to the appropriate IP address eg:191.100.10.10, it is the address of the server where the web pages are stored, in order to download the web page to your browser.


    what the original post intend to say is, as the BSNL provides default DNS servers, every body uses them and hence load will be more and thus delay in converting domain name to ip address. If you use any third party DNS then there may be increase in this "name resolution" ie conversion. Hence, you can notice that websites load faster.

    But most of you mistook that it will increase download speeds, it is wrong because if I want to download a file of 10 MB. I request DNS server only once
    This conversion from Domain name to IP address is done by DNS servers. So, every URL you type requires the services of DNS servers. Hence, DNS servers come into play only when conversion is required.for 'name resolution' and once the browser finds the IP address the download starts directly from the server and DNS server is not in the loop at all.

    By using faster DNS server you can only notice speed in loading websites, ie if It takes 5 seconds to load a website when I use a busy DNS server, it may take 4 seconds if I use other DNS server. Hence, while browsing you can see some difference but not while downloading files.

    Hope its clear now
    Thanks, that really helped~!

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    Default Thanks for your suggession. It's really boostup my BSNL Broadband speed.

    Thanks for your valuable suggession. After modifying DNS configuration my BSNL Broadband 750UL connection speed up from 200 Kbps to 300~400 Kbps.
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    is there anyway to increase the upload speed i am in 500c+ plan my upload speed is not more than 6-8kb/s any way to increase it,

    i am using rapid uploader, anyother software to do this?

    thanks

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    6-8kbps is too low.try uploading directly through rapidshare site to see how much speed you get.
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    Every time I change my DNS from BSNL DNS to Open DNS. I got slow speed. means to open a page took much time why?

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    I will try this 2 day

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    hey can any one help me to increase my download speed...i am using bsnl 750+ UL plan n i am, getting only 30-32 kbps while downloading...while some of my friends get nearly 200..can anyone help me increasing..n dont tel tat for a plan of 256 kbps i get only 32...pls

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    I know its hard to swallow... but the truth is that u r getting correct download speed with ur plan of 750 UL... And ur friends must be having home 500 c or 500 c+ plan... in which they can get speed upto 256 kBps...

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    Quote Originally Posted by friendraja View Post
    hey can any one help me to increase my download speed...i am using bsnl 750+ UL plan n i am, getting only 30-32 kbps while downloading...while some of my friends get nearly 200..can anyone help me increasing..n dont tel tat for a plan of 256 kbps i get only 32...pls
    Thats it,
    BSNL artificially limits UL750 plan to 32KB/s.
    Infact,its just 24~26KB/s at user's end max.

    Shame on BSNL for such misery...We are paying 9k per year...and thats no Joke

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    Quote Originally Posted by bhvm View Post
    Thats it,
    BSNL artificially limits UL750 plan to 32KB/s.
    Infact,its just 24~26KB/s at user's end max.

    Shame on BSNL for such misery...We are paying 9k per year...and thats no Joke
    BNSL is restricting speed in UL750 plans but for that limitation it is giving you unlimited usage. All other plans have limited usage. And if you exceed the usage, you will pay through your nose.
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    I know that..
    I come from Home 250 plan.

    However a Speed drop from 200KB/s to 20KB/s is really hard to swallow

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    aditya i think thts more than enough.. u should be happy u getting such nice speeds.. u expecting somewhere around 400KB/sec?? one of my friend is getting those speed in germany... lol.. mate this is India.. rest i think admin should tell properly........
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    I got 4kbps increment

    but it make difference Thanks

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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!
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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?
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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

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    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...
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    So finally is it possible or not to increasse the speeed?? In vista
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.Tooth Fairy View Post
    So finally is it possible or not to increasse the speeed?? In vista
    The speed of the connection is set on the exchange. And it is independent of the OS being used. U might experience surges in speed when they are tinkering with the machinery

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    i have bsnl broad band 750ul and i have problem of downloading i just get speed of 29.kbps now wat want to say that give me ip adress subnet mask defualt gate way and dns adress .and give me more tricks to speed up .thanks 4 ur nice service

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    Quote Originally Posted by sharukh_lovesu View Post
    i have bsnl broad band 750ul and i have problem of downloading i just get speed of 29.kbps now wat want to say that give me ip adress subnet mask defualt gate way and dns adress .and give me more tricks to speed up .thanks 4 ur nice service
    Dude...the speed of 25~30 KB/s on HomeUL 750 is very reasonable. I am getting the same speeds since a year.

    Home 250 and 500 plans have better speeds.

    Their Advertised Speed is 256 Kbps, Divide it by 8 (1 Byte = 8 Bits)...So 32KB/s is maximum download speeds you can get. yours 29KB/s is fair then...


    Sadly thats the reality in india.:thumbdown:

    My sis gets 29 MB/s speeds in new york

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    Thumbs up Thanks

    This tips is really workingggggggggggggggg.



    again Thanks brother

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    am using Cfos-speed to increase my speed..
    lets see.. i think its working pretty good..
    i make the calculations and post here..
    anybody uses Cfos??

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    I am getting 17-18 kbps download speed with BSNL unlimited 750 plus plan. My operating system is Windows Vista Home Basic.

    I read settings you provided but please help me with step by step instruction, if you can. My e-mail is shashisharma33@yahoo.com.

    Do I need to change settings you provided of my network adapter (mine is Realtek RTK8139/810x family fast ethernet NIC), or of my Broadband connection.

    Please help me step by step.

    Thanks in advance.

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    Kindly edit/remove your email address from ur post... Else u'll get loads of spam mails... People can PM you on this forum if they want or will reply here...

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    changing the DNS servers will not increase speed of the internet. It will only decrease the time it takes to resolve the name of the website you have entered in the address bar. the page starts downloading after that. so the speed remains the same. only u have to wait a little less for the page to start loading.

    please guys...don't spread wrong information. technically speaking, the speed is not increased. if ur previous speed was 30kBps then now also it will remain the same.

    But yes...you will definitely have to wait a little less for the overall time it takes to load the page due to faster name resolving.

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    yeah it does work. i can feel it while using my broadband.

    kindly suggest me a software which gives reliable & decent speed test

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