05-03-2011 12:02 AM
I have a problem with my Uverse Internet Service. I have the 24 Mbps service as well. My problem is what whenever i do heavy streaming or downloading on my computer, i cannot surf the web on another computer or the same computer. I know it is not because i am using all available bandwidth. It seems to happen when im using 900kbps or more of my available bandwidth. Its very frustrating that i have an internet package that is supposed to give me 2+mbps of ACTUAL throughput and i only use half of it and it prevents me from basic websurfing while downloading a game. Does anyone have a solution for this? I am using a wired connection to the Uverse gateway.
here is an example of what i am talking about:
Computer 1: Downloading a game at 1000kbps (should have 2000kbps of available bandwidth)
Computer 1: Loading a webpage = page cannot be displayed
05-03-2011 3:23 AM
Your logic is off, but you should be able to download and surf at the same time. I only have the 18Mbps speed and I've had multiple downloads going while surfing. I would either a) reset the RG or b) contact technical support.
05-03-2011 8:20 AM - edited 05-03-2011 8:22 AM
I have 3 devices using the internet while the wife surfs on the iPad I am on the MBP surfing and what ever and the PC might
be on downloading or updating something I will get close to my rated speed with exception but I am able to use all 3 at the same time ( wireless) so yes I would think you have a problem. Is this using only the RG or with a third party router?
05-03-2011 11:03 AM
No, a separate router probably wouldn't help you in your situation. If you are getting that type of issue plugged directly into the RG, then adding another component wouldn't help.
05-03-2011 2:45 PM
You'll be waiting a lot longer if you are expecting them to call you back. I'd call support and request to be transferred to Tier 2, the tier 1 agent that you get will then transfer you.
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