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Jan 4th, 2008 at 7:17am  
Hi all
Now I have service in LinkStar the download is very very good some times size it 7m but the upload is very low size it 4kB only. I know this is problem form provider, now I have idea I need get upload from another modem Linkstar or idirect but how can I get download from LinkStar and get upload from another device.

Any one can help me about that? I am ready bay him for that.


Regards,


Ahmed
Basra, Iraq
fcci2005@yahoo.com
009647705634227
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Reply #1 - Jan 10th, 2008 at 3:15am  
Yahey  Ahmed  I need to know a lot  more about your installation..Internet provider..Satellite assigned..service contracted for, ie,upload and download..The min. (smallest upload) for Linkstar in this part of the world ( Haines,Alaska) is 128Kb/or 16 KB. What is your application..E Mail only..or Internet browsing..or picture upload..gaming..etc.
Linkstar in Alaska is very good for VOIP..but Hughesnet is the best system to use for ease of installation and maintenance..If I can help..Chilkatspeight@hughes.net
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Reply #2 - Jan 15th, 2008 at 6:29pm  
hello ahmedjk,

Just call your ISP they are the one to give you what you want. If the upload you are looking for is bigger than the modem they will tell you. so just call them or change to another ISP
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