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FTP Uploading with a D-Link 614+ Router

Posted on 2003-11-06
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I have problems with extremely slow and/or timeouts on my home LAN during FTP uploading (downloading is fine).

My set-up:

ISP:ADSL -->  DSL Modem (172.16.x.x WAN, 192.168.x.x LAN) --> DI-614+ Router --> Four PCs (All NAT addressed, i.e., 192.168.x.x)

I start an FTP session to a site, it starts uploading and then slows down to the point of dropping and timing out.  I have tried different FTP programs.  I have also tried using DMZ and Virtual Server settings.

If I remove the DLink DI-614+ Router from the picture and connect to 2-wire modem, everything is fine.

If anyone has some suggestions I would appreciate it.
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you can tr upgrading the Firmware in you D-Link Box and see if that helps

go here
  http://support.dlink.com/Products/view.asp?productid=DI-614+_revB
and download the firmware and give that a shot...

if all else fails try a different Dsl Router... get a Linksys box and see if it works...
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