NetGear624 drar ner hastigheten..help!

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Hej

Köpte just en Netgear 624 "bäst i test"...Problemet är att den efter ett tag drar ner hastigheten på internet rejält...Ringe NetGear support o dom sa att det är någon inställning i macen (hade hittat lösning här på forumet). Jag hittar dock inget när jag söker här, någon som kan hjälpa mig?

/G

G5 OSX 10.3.6

Jag har samma problem
problemet återstår även med airportbollen.

  • Medlem
  • Trollhättan
  • 2005-03-06 14:07

Kör oxå med en 624 men har inte upplevt något problem som du beskriver..

Förklara lite vad du menar med att den drar ner hastigheten?

Kan vara detta du är ute efter:
http://www.macfixit.com/article.php?story=20050302004846638

Hoppas du kommer in där...
Försök annars här:http://www.macfixit.com/

Mac OS X 10.3.8 Special Report: Routers and slow network performance

Some routers -- particularly a handful of models manufactured by NetGear -- can cause a reduction in network performance under Mac OS X 10.3.8. When this situation occurs, users can often resolve the issue by removing the offending router from the network set-up.

Potential solutions include:

Manually entering DNS numbers Some users have been able to reclaim lost network performance by manually entering DNS server addresses in the Network Pane of System Preferences. Many times your ISP's specific DNS addresses can be found in in the on-router configuration file, usually accessible via the URL "192.168.1.1." (check your router manual for more information).

MacFixIt reader Eric writes: "I've seen this problem with my Netgear WRG614v4. My guess is that the users having this problem are getting the DNS servers via DHCP. I've had success getting 'net speeds back up by manually typing in the DNS servers from my ISP on the clients. In the Netgear router's config page those IPs can be found in the Router Status area. I don't know why having a DNS supplied via DHCP is causing problems because the correct DNS servers show up in /etc/resolv.conf but manually typing in the DNS in the Network Prefpane fixes it."

Andy James writes: "I too have had issues with the 10.3.8 update and my Netgear MR814v2 router (on EarthLink DSL). I have tracked down the issue a bit, though -- it seems to be somehow related to the router's DNS proxy feature. By default, the router gives out its own address for all DHCP clients, then it seems to serve as a proxy for all DNS requests. If I hard-code the DNS addresses into the computer (not the router), I get better network performance than I have ever

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