ricsson Posted June 29, 2006 Share Posted June 29, 2006 Hello all and thanks for helping me out. First of all, I have researched intensively on this topic and I am not a newbie, but I have clearly run out of ideas on how to make this work properly. As you know from the topic my problem is I am having terrible upload speeds. Here's the overall situation of how the network is configured here at home: - 2 PCs using Windows XP Professional. - PC #1 has 2 network cards and receives direct internet connection from card #1, card #2 is used to share internet to PC #2 by connecting to a hub and then connecting to PC #2 (I know I could've use a crossover but I already had the hub and the cables, so...). - Both PCs have been configured manually with their IP addresses. (192.168.0.1 for PC#1 and 192.168.0.2 for PC#2, PC#2 is also using 192.168.0.1 as the gateway and ISPs DNS numbers). - The gateway is configured to forward ports my BitComet is using (1720) for both TCP and UDP. - The firewall is OFF on both computers. My upstream is 600K, if I connect PC#2 normally without receiving internet through PC#1 I get upload speeds of 60-70k/s but using it I cannot get speeds other than 1 to 5k/s. It's driving me crazy! I've run out of ideas. Help anyone ? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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