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I am not sure how accurate this is re your "true" speed, but the way ISPs normally expect you to check your speed is going to http://www.speedtest.net/ and i'm sure it's not false! If your speed is poor then you can always call and ask them and quote the results that site gives you.


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Your "true average internet speed" is actually between your computer and the places you connect to on the web. Just because your policy allows for a connection of that magnitude doesn't mean the places you are visiting on the web have infrastructure to communicate with your computer at your requested data rate. Very few people are going to just open up the ...


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MTNL/BSNL are not serious about their Internet services. I suggest you call BSNL and request them to configure your new device. Make sure that they haven't set any kind of limitations. You may also try custom Firmware for your device if available such as DD-WRT at your own risk.


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Solved the issue. I was using WSUS Offline Updater after reading this and this to install Windows updates because every time I tried installing them with the default Windows updater it kept running into the "Failed. Reverting Changes" error after all updates completed. Apparently, the updater was missing something. I FINALLY got Windows Update to complete ...


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Is the new one a "managed switch" by any chance? May be that could be one reason why it will not let any traffic through unless it is told to do so. Is your TP link modem's internet line connected to the "up-link" port of your new switch? Share the switch model number as well.... only then can we move further on this.... Is the copper cable that connects ...


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If you're located in France (*), one such attempt is Grenouille. It's free but it used to under-assess my bandwidth when I was using it a few years ago. Note that both the website and software are in French. (*) http://grenouille.com/ma_grenouille/modify.php says: Ami(e)s belges, suisses ou québecois (et autres pays francophones) : grenouille.com ...


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You can monitor connection quality over time with Smokeping. In a single graph you get round-trip time, jitter and packet loss. Excellent to monitor links.


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Launch Hyper-V Manager from your App Menu In the Actions area in right-hand navigation, click “Virtual Switch Manager” When the Virtual Switch Manager window opens, select “New virtual network switch” on the left, select “Internal” on the right, and then click the “Create Virtual Switch” button Give the new switch a name like “Virtual WLAN” and click “OK” ...


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It wont show Red = Bad, Green = Good, but you can use the SpeedTest.NET mini test on your own server. I used it internally to test wifi links on my own servers. It works quite well. You do need your own web servers though.


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Download and Upload size : Right click on your network connection and select Status Network traffic and speed : You can use Resource Monitor tools that you can find it in: Start > Run > resmon press Enter! Full Control : For a full control on your intenet download and upload and speed use this perfect 1.5 MegaByte size tool(it's free) : ...


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First of, here is a free program, that shows you total traffic: Network Meter Version 9.6 http://addgadgets.com/network_meter/ Secondly you could use "Task Manager" or "Resource Monitor" to see current speed. Both tools are part of windows. Click start and write either in the search field of your start menu to find them. Finally to see total traffic look ...



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