Originally Posted by TheCyberMan
A simple way to rememeber is 1 megabit=128Kilobytes per second.
You have a 6Megabit(Mbps) connection from your ISP servers or excahnge to your modem.
All you do is do a calculation 128x6=768 where six is your megabit connection from your ISP.
Have you tested with an ethernet cable yet?
I hae the cat5 here but I wont be testing it tonight. Ive had he strangest problem.
2 days ago i upgraded the firmware on my samsung galaxy s2. For whatever reason when reconnecting to my hub it just looped the obtaining ip screen.
So I went to advanced options and statically set my ip, gateway and DNS. Now it works.
Then a day later my 2 laptops stopped working. Strange thing was my mums still worked for 2 hours after my two stopped.
It sad we were connected but had no internet access on an unknown network.
cmd/ipconfig/all showed no ip or default gateway and couldnt get on the hub using 192.168.1.1
soooo i went to network and sharing, change adapter settings, properties, ipv4 and set these statically to googles DNS, set the gateway to 192.168.1.1 and changed the ip to 192.168.1.122. Boom its working...
Orange said they are upgrading my network tonight so maybe thats it? but i cant see why my laptops would lose their gateway...