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Tisa
Posts: 55
Registered: ‎18-08-2013

Re: Cable 100MBps with Cisco DCP3925

this is what I get when I tried the link you gaveMaxonline.jpg

 

I cant do it for some reasons, dont know why.

 

 

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Tisa
Posts: 55
Registered: ‎18-08-2013

Re: Cable 100MBps with Cisco DCP3925

use the last test address BBQ

 

BBQ.jpg

 

 

The result is super pathetic isnt?? This is what starhub cable service provider (signed up for 100mbps) can provide to the subscribers.

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kon_sg
Posts: 621
Registered: ‎04-06-2013

Re: Cable 100MBps with Cisco DCP3925

Confirm you're on LAN?

 

I just tried:

LAN: 299Mbps (download) / 167Mbps (upload) / 4.3ms (ping)

 

WIFI: 36Mpbs (download) / 52Mbps (upload) / 6.0ms (ping)

 

Maybe you can try calling 1633. Don't know about the rest, I find calling tech support late at night I tend to get better respond (i suspect they are the network engineer), if you call during office hour, you will get CSO to answer

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Tisa
Posts: 55
Registered: ‎18-08-2013

Re: Cable 100MBps with Cisco DCP3925

wow your result is pretty good. Yes I am on LAN, still connected direcly to the dcp 3925.

 

anyway here are the screenshots of my dcp 3925

 

DPC 3925 1.jpgDPC 3925 2.jpgDPC 3925 3.jpgDPC 3925 4.jpgDPC 3925 5.jpg

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Tisa
Posts: 55
Registered: ‎18-08-2013

Re: Cable 100MBps with Cisco DCP3925

I have my asus RT-N66U Dark Knight ready to be used once I get the speed sorted out when using cable directly using the dcp 3925.

did I mess up the cisco dcp 3925's setting? I hope not.
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rsn
Posts: 915
Registered: ‎03-05-2013

Re: Cable 100MBps with Cisco DCP3925

Your bridge mode is correct. And the results you get for international speed test is also ok (Starhub assures 20Mbps international bandwidth). The only thing is the local speed test. Did you use www.speedtest.net? Try doing it using few different servers (There is ST, VQ etc). This should give you an idea of the local speed you are getting.

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kon_sg
Posts: 621
Registered: ‎04-06-2013

Re: Cable 100MBps with Cisco DCP3925

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Tisa wrote:

wow your result is pretty good. Yes I am on LAN, still connected direcly to the dcp 3925.

 

anyway here are the screenshots of my dcp 3925

 

DPC 3925 3.jpg


Why is this is bridged huh? What other settings is there? It should be in Router or DHCP/NAT mode

 

>>> Okay, bridge mode means only port 1 is working, and it just become a cable modem... ignore me :smileyhappy:

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rsn
Posts: 915
Registered: ‎03-05-2013

Re: Cable 100MBps with Cisco DCP3925

Aside to kon_sg what plan you are on?

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Tisa
Posts: 55
Registered: ‎18-08-2013

Re: Cable 100MBps with Cisco DCP3925

my dcp 3925 is originally connected to my cisco e3200 so i set the dcp 3925 as a bridge. I unplugged the cable from dcp that conencts to the E3200, then I plugged in a cable and use it directly to my notebook.

 

Shall I change the setting to router mode? since I am using the dcp directly for now?? Pls advise.

 

By the way, I am on 100mbps cable.....

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kon_sg
Posts: 621
Registered: ‎04-06-2013

Re: Cable 100MBps with Cisco DCP3925


rsn wrote:

Aside to kon_sg what plan you are on?


300mbps fiber

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