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Old 2007-07-12, 11:42 AM
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Re: How can I increase my upload rate?

There have been people who have posted here that are having problems and have Comcast service, so I would not rule out that your problem is Comcast. Some users have said they have success getting around Comcast's effort to throttle their bittorrent activity by using the encryption in their bt client. You may want to look into that.
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Re: How can I increase my upload rate?

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According to these two pages, that is a modem only, not a modem/router like some modems are. ( http://forums.softhardware.net/ar/t2591.htm and http://forums.softhardware.net/index.php?showtopic=2591 ) therefore the ports should just be open.

There is a manual for your modem on this page: http://www.timewarnercable.com/Custo...20&MarketID=68 and it doesn't mention anything about being able to configure it through a browser nor does it mention port forwarding.

You are positive that the firewall is turned off? (Sys Prefs > Sharing > Firewall )
wow.. u r really doing some hard work for me... i went into system prefs and the only thing checked was "network time" so i took that out.... well see if that changes anything... thank you again!
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Old 2007-07-12, 06:16 PM
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wow.. u r really doing some hard work for me... i went into system prefs and the only thing checked was "network time" so i took that out.... well see if that changes anything... thank you again!
But, right above Network Time, does it say "Firewall Off" and then have a "Start" button?
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There have been people who have posted here that are having problems and have Comcast service, so I would not rule out that your problem is Comcast. Some users have said they have success getting around Comcast's effort to throttle their bittorrent activity by using the encryption in their bt client. You may want to look into that.
oh okay awesome, thanks. yeah i had verizon before and never had a problem. i am pretty much sick of everything comcast has to offer anyways. now that verizon offers a cable service around here i might just make the switch back.
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