Interestingly, had a rummage in the Intel NIC ( on motherboard ) and change the speed & duplex setting from auto negotiation to gigabit full duplex. Tried, before a PC reset the BT speedtest, got over 900 d/l & 110 u/l !!
Tried a couple of times, download is still better, upload is variable from 20 to 50 to 100 mbs.
Still, an improvement!
Made a post around 4am today where I was stuck for weeks at 450/10 speeds and now all of a sudden after not touching a single thing my speeds have gone back to 900/100. Coincidence? 😉
Nope 😉, but be aware, when your not looking, it will go back to that just as quick 😉
Normal, yup, but that upload, 'Jesus'??? terrible 😉
This really has to stop BT, in all honesty, it really has. There is no excuse for this on a full fibre line.
A quick Google search and found these. Whoever have the 10Mbps upload and slow download issue, have you tried any of these tips? Also could I ask if any of yous are using Powerline adapters? If yes, disconnect them and check speed again.
1.) Press Windows + l keys and search for Delivery optimization " -> click on " advanced options " -> Toggle "Absolute bandwidth" on
1 ) Try this, right-click on Windows start menu and go Settings.
Open Network & Internet
Select Proxy in the left panel. In the right panel, disable all options.
2 ) Disable Windows Auto-Tuning Feature
Open windows start menu and type: cmd
Right-click on " command prompt " and select Run as admin
Type this following command: netsh interface tcp show global
Look for the "Receive Window Auto-Tuning Level feature" , if it If it is displayed as 'normal' please deactivate it as follows:
netsh int tcp set global autotuninglevel=disabled
To set it back to "normal": netsh int tcp set global autotuninglevel=normal
Now check if the speed is ok.
3 ) Disable Large Send Offload
Right-click again on Start button and select " Device manager "
Double-click on your Network Card and click on the Advanced tab
In the drop-down list, select Large Send Offload V2 (IPv4) and set the value to Disabled
Do the same for Large Send Offload V2 (IPv6)
4) Check your dns settings.
Press Windows + r keys and type: NCPA.CPL
Right-click on your network card and select Properties
Select Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4) and go to Properties.
Checks if the 'obtain an ip .... and Obtain DNS server ....' box is checked on automatic. This must other on auto.
You can do a test with the google dns if you check Use the following DNS
Google's Public DNS addresses 184.108.40.206 and 220.127.116.11
And another one that is interesting:
Update. Seems crazy, but I totally disconnected all plugged-in USB devices, my HDMI connection, audio out to external speakers, disconnected the Ethernet connection again, turned on my wifi and BAM! 480+Mbps speeds! I reconnected everything, tested again and still had full speed down/uploads!! I rebooted, still have full speeds again....go figure.
After 35 years of computers, I still scratch my head at times......
Wow... I did this as well, turns out my TP-Link Bluetooth adapter was the problem (for some reason?) It limited my connection to 12mbps
10mb to 75mb instant
And another one:
What SEEMS to have fixed it, is that I ended up uninstalling the device driver, rebooted and then ran my registry cleaner. I then installed the base line Windows provided driver, and then the latest drivers. So far, so good. Looks like a hairball got caught in the system...
Keeping my fingers crossed,