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25mbps Download Speed.. 4mbps upload speed?

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Why is this i really don't get it..is it a DNS issue because i am currently connected to the verizon servers by default and i checked from namebench that my dns is the fastest..is it a mac network issue that i have to change? :\ i don't understand what wrong..i currently have the 25/25 service but upload speed is slow..
 
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25/25 Settings towards broadband

The previous thread did not help..is it a DNS error?
 
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Probably not. I would look on those forums those, as thats where I got the info from. It's probably just a case of Verizon not providing the service they say they are.

Why don't you call them and have someone come out?
 

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The previous thread did not help..is it a DNS error?
No. DNS errors do not effect upload or download speeds. They show up as slow or incorrect IP address resolution.

Did you actually try what was suggested by the user in the Verizon FIOS forum? That is, did you go outside or to your garage and disconnect the input and remove the battery backup in order to completely reboot the system?
 

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Not to mention, this is really a FIOS issue, so have you tried contacting them or their support? Not sure there's a lot we can do here.
 
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