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    Default improve bsnl isp speed

    how can we improve the bsnl isp speed ?

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    Your speed is linked to the plan. You cannot increase it. For example if you are on plan Home 500, the minimum promised speed is 256 kbps and you may get anyhthing upto 2 mbps. If you are UL900 plan the speed is limited to 256 kbps. 'kbps' means kilobits per second. Divide the speed by 8 and that is your actual download speed denoted in kBps - kilobytes per second (not the different notation - kbps and kBps0.

    If you are talking about torrent speeds, then there are a lot of guides available. But the maximum download speed will still be 32 kBps in case of 256 kbps connection.
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    we can't improve the isp speed unless u have a static IP with u.

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    Is it really possible to increase speed with 'static ip'? I did not know that. How can it be done?

    Anyway, the discussion is academic because static ip is provided with top-end Business Plan only which are very costly.
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    Default speedup the broadband speed

    i m using bsnl broadband ul900 through the LAN from modem
    now how can we increase the broadband speed or any other tips & tricks
    please explain

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    as far i know nobody can do anything to increase your broadband speed if wat they r giving u is the correct speed!! beyond the correct speed there is no such thing like increasing it further unless ur some super brained IT network hacker who knows how to tweak every network around u and ur area inorder to steal a local speed... but i wonder?

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    true.. you cant do much.. unless when it comes to torrents wherein you should port forward and stuff

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    yup but torrents are not anybodys problem. its the modems prob. therefore its only http speed which matters with regards to correct download speed.

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    You can change your speed. Why not? How much speed is required? BSNL boradband can give you upto 2mb speed with respective plan and even upto 8mbps.

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    Default 500 c+ plan

    Hi , in the 500 c+ plan the speed is upto 2mb/s means 2048 kbps, when we divide it by 8 we have to get a download speed of upto a max of 256 kBs isnt it?? , but my speed does not crosses 210 to 215 kBs , any specific reasons for this?? , I am using IDM 5.14 and Speed Connect Internet Accelerator 7 all the settings tweaked to max!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ssb_swe View Post
    Hi , in the 500 c+ plan the speed is upto 2mb/s means 2048 kbps, when we divide it by 8 we have to get a download speed of upto a max of 256 kBs isnt it?? , but my speed does not crosses 210 to 215 kBs , any specific reasons for this?? , I am using IDM 5.14 and Speed Connect Internet Accelerator 7 all the settings tweaked to max!!
    oh my god,u are getting speeds upto 215 kbps and still u are complaining!!!! what u are getting is good enough,i sometimes get a max of 230 kbps and i haven't tweaked any settings on my computer.

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    some of my friends have reported that they are getting 250KB/s in night unlimited and they have already crossed 120 GB download mark!!
    but as far as i know that you cannot do anything to increase your speed unless you hack the NIB servers and remove the bandwidth cap on your account which is next to impossible even if you did then you will not stay at home peacefully forever somehow you will be tracked and busted!! as remaining anonymous on the net is a myth!!

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    also you can only use 80-90% of your max line speed so all users(majority)who have 2048kbps/2mbps as their max line speed they can achieve speeds around 215-225KBps but never 256KBps constantly.to get 256KBps constantly your line speeds must be around 2.1-2.3mbps which is the case with some users because of some upgradation work going on at their local exchange.for rest of us 215-230KBps is what we are supposed to get.
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    i get very high speeds during day times , speeds are usually 300KByte per sec for torrents!
    but at NU period its pathetic , frequent d/c and slow speeds , what the hell!
    now dont tell me tht bsnl servers are choking all of a sudden because it used to be fine last december(which is when i d/c my service and now i've reconnected this month).

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    bsnl's servers are do getting more crowded since last year but only for those who used to get 250KBps before & now getting 215-230KBps which we are supposed to get.
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    the connection turns totally wierd after 2am till 8am !
    the worst thing is that the modem freezes after a good 30 to 45 min of downloading.
    all the lights(on modem) behave noramlly as it should and it gives no clue that the modem has freezed. the only way to identify the problem was when i tried to log in to the modem's web ui which i couldn't.

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    Me too have the same problem.. i used "gpedit.msc" method.. but it improved only a little bit.. i.e., average of about 210KBps...
    I want to increase my speed beyond 500KBps ( kilo bytes) .. Can any one tell me the way??
    Thank you !!

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