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Old May 22, 2002, 05:28 PM
MillzE2k1 MillzE2k1 is offline
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[i]Originally posted by Nigel Jones [/i]
[B]Nah, you don't need to do that, a little bit of tweaking your modem does the trick for me!

Tweaking your modem:

What you have to do is find your advanced settings tab within the modem section within the control panel and enter this code:

AT&F

Once you have entered that code into the advanced setting you modem will always connect at 57,600, that will speed your internet connection up no end.

Nigel Jones

If you need any more tweaking information goto:

***********.tweak3d.net [/B]

Cheers Nigel!!!

A few mins ago I was connecting @ 45,333bps now its 115,200bps!!!!!

Thanks again

MillzE2k1
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Old May 22, 2002, 06:01 PM
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Yes it would be nice but if your modem and line is capable of 56k then that's what your connecting at or less. The value of 115,200bps is just windows reporting a speed set in the advanced settings. You can set almost any speed you wish up to this value. Yes, it used to be a trick we used on customers when I worked as ISP support in the UK - cruel I know but as you can see effective.

Believe me it is not a cure for the original problem.

Cheers, T.
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Old May 22, 2002, 06:05 PM
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Oh well!, I knew it seemed to good to be true
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Old May 23, 2002, 04:08 AM
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Can you help me, I'm using Windows XP, and my modem is a Motorola SM56 & using Windows 2000 driver
My connection stays at 48000 and drops to 40000 at the lowest, I actually want to connect around 56000 or 115200

Please help me and give me all the instructions, those instructions at that tweak site didn't help much, so can someone help
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Old May 23, 2002, 04:19 AM
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You can re-install and tweak all you like but it won't help!

I have the same problem 56k dial-up and i also get long pauses without anything happening, yes i have tried everything, the only problem is an overloaded isp server, 56k is sh*t .
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Old May 23, 2002, 04:45 AM
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Well the question was how to speed up your internet connection, and i have noticed a visible difference when i enter that code tweaking my modem, and so have others i have spoken to.

Obviously this does speed up your connection speed, because it maximises the use of your line connection to the internet.

You may not be running at the speed shown, but you are running is at max.

Nigel Jones
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