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Mine is the same way 9 download (paying for 15 :angry: ) and only get like .36 upload
 
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Alright thanks
 
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Upgrade you internet speed. Either that or it's maybe something is interfering with the uploading process.
 
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Upgrade you internet speed. Either that or it's maybe something is interfering with the uploading process.
Its normally at 15 mb/s DL and 1 mb/s UL but for some weird reason it started glitching today.
 
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Torrents running?

If nothing on your part, it's probably because the ISP distributes bandwidth equally among the users, so the more users online, the less bandwidth each gets.
 
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Torrents running?

If nothing on your part, it's probably because the ISP distributes bandwidth equally among the users, so the more users online, the less bandwidth each gets.
Well I am not seeding right now or doing anything with torrents so it's not that. It doesn't seem like my ISP would just take all my upload speed.
 
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unplug any modem or router, wait like 30 seconds plug them back in, it will make a new connection with your ISP, usually give you a new IP address, and reset your speeds.
 
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unplug any modem or router, wait like 30 seconds plug them back in, it will make a new connection with your ISP, usually give you a new IP address, and reset your speeds.
I tried that last night and it didn't do anything and when I woke up now it's at .65 Mbs so it's significantly better.
 
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I tried that last night and it didn't do anything and when I woke up now it's at .65 Mbs so it's significantly better.
That means it at your ISP level. One of their servers must be messed up.
 
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