04-07-2013 10:41 PM
I have a Cisco DPC3008 modem and a Belkin N600 DB router to have wireless connection in my house. I also use ethernet cables from the LAN ports on the router to connect my Xbox, PC and Wii U to the internet.
I have been running http://stage.results.speedtest.comcast.net/result/
Why would my Router cause such a "bottle kneck" and I loose so much speed just from running LAN line to my PC.
If I need to get a new router I will
04-08-2013 05:28 PM
I opened my Belkin setting and disabled the intellistream function. Thats all i did and it went from 17.5mbps Down/1.75Mbps Up to http://stage.results.speedtest.comcast.net/result/
09-24-2013 02:29 AM
Thanks to BiGxChucK who solved my issue with "xfinity blast" as well. This may not be a Comcast problem after all I've sent an email to Belkin support (as this is a router feature) Lets wait and see.
Steps to disable:
From router management page: (i.e. like http://192.168.2.1)
Media Features ==> Intellistream ==> Click disable ==> Apply
I was getting ~20Mbps. Now its blasting at 60Mbps and upload went from 2 to 11Mbps
My router details: Belkin N750 N+ Router (F9K1103)
09-25-2013 12:26 PM
Yeah don't enable Intellistream. Basically what is supposed to do is give your devices equal upload and download speeds so that not one device has the upper hand on download/upload but in fact it's really a lousy feature that will cause you to get slow speeds. Sometimes the speedtest feature that is supposed to measure ping, upload and download won't even work. When I did run it one time it gave upload and download speed of 10mbps. Basically it's supposed to be a traffic control for your router but it definitely slows performance so don't use it
07-30-2014 07:17 AM
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