Help me to configure TP-Link TD-8817 Modem for BSNL broadband

Discussion in 'BSNL broadband' started by Jeetu, Jan 11, 2012.

  1. Jeetu

    Jeetu New Member

    Hi Essabase

    Help me how to configure TP-Link TD-8817 modem for BSNL Brodband connection i already configured but internet connection is very slow and i'm loosing internet often for very 20 minutes it is getting disconnected
    i run quick start wizard and given the following values for VPI=0 and VCI=35 help me to increase by internet speed and also for Stable connection...

    please my internet connection is sucking....
  2. essbebe

    essbebe LEARNER

    Enter google dns 8.8.8.8 and 8.8.4.4 in modem Interface/internet page
    SAVE.
    Select in ADSl page GMT SAVE
    Reboot F rom current settings.
    Check speed here and report. also plan speed.
  3. Jeetu

    Jeetu New Member

    Hi Essabase,

    Thanks for your prompt reply while i'm saving any info on interface my modem is showing an error message of duplicate values found for VPI & VCI my BSNL Brodband plan is 512 kpbs or 625 plan monthly

    Hi Essabase,

    Thanks for your prompt reply while i'm saving any info on interface my modem is showing an error message of duplicate values found for VPI & VCI my BSNL Brodband plan is 512 kpbs or 625 plan monthly
    speed test results as ds=284kbps; up=485kbps but when i'm downloading any movie file from a torrent site it is showing down speed range as 23kbps up speed range not more than 5 kbps as up speed

    my utorrent values settings for down & up speed are unlimted it took almost 1 1/2 hour for yahoo messenger downlad for 22mb....

    Need your assistance... help me..
    Last edited: Jan 11, 2012
  4. essbebe

    essbebe LEARNER

    512 Kbps 64 KB/sec 3.6 MB/min YM ( 22 MB)direct download in browser less than 8 to 15 minutes. (* conditions apply !)
    Try it. or some other file. of say 20 MB size.
    Check speed here again and see the summary results.
    http://www.thevoipguide.org/voip-speed-test.html
    Recheck Torrent settings. Confirm DNS changed. Change to GDMT.

    @Indranil recommends
    http://www.torrentbytes.net/
  5. Jeetu

    Jeetu New Member

    GDMT Stands for
  6. essbebe

    essbebe LEARNER

    GDMT: Generalized Discrete Multi-Tone:
    One kind of modulation mode selected for speed below say 4 Mbps.
    Check in Status/ Device info Mod mode selected snr/attn/ synchspeed/ rate etc.
    recheck after selecting GDMT
    See under ADSL menu item and change. SAVE reboot.
    Last edited: Jan 12, 2012

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