Are you getting your BSNL broadband speed as per your subscribed internet plan? If not what are the steps followed by you to overcome this situation? Many of us, first start with BSNL speed test online. After that thinking in many ways, how to increase internet speed in BSNL broadband.
Nowadays, every App consuming more data at the background. Customers are connecting multiple Wi-Fi devices to broadband service for browsing or downloading. One BSNL broadband speed service allows many devices, but speed shares from that.
Many BSNL broadband users are facing the problems, about their internet speed. They are not getting the speed as per their subscribed plan, because of their configurations related with BSNL. But the customer himself can check and complaint to concerned BSNL technical staff for increasing the speed at their end.
If a problem is identified here only, there is no requirement for BSNL broadband speed test also. Actually, as per technically possible condition. BSNL Servers has allocated the internet speed as per the subscribed plan and fix the limit at some point i.e. port binding (in BSNL Technical words).
BSNL broadband port binding is the configuration information about internet speed. It is a logical construct identifies a particular process or a type of network service. Determined for each address and protocol by a number, commonly known as the port number. This port bonds with some limit for each BSNL broadband customer, according to with the plan opted.
If that port binding allotted as per the scheme, BSNL broadband speed will get by the client correctly as per the subscribed broadband plan. If broadband port binding not allocated as per tariff, results to slow speed even accepted for the higher rate plan.
BSNL broadband user, first confirm your subscribed broadband plan. Know the assured rate of that tariff by calling to customer care or having a look at latest BSNL broadband plans and follow the below-mentioned steps.
How to Increase BSNL Broadband speed as per your Internet Plan
- Open the browser on your Laptop/ Desktop / Tablet.
- Enter 192.168.1.1.
- Another small window/ pop up appears to enter the admin details to log in the modem or router.
- Enter your modem User Name as Admin and password as password (as per you, if changed).
- Now you have logged in to your BSNL ADSL broadband modem
- The complete details of the BSNL broadband port will appear in Overview menu.
- In System Information, you will see your routers Model Name, Firmware Version, etc..
- Come down and see Internet Connection label, there your will notice about
- DSL Status
- Downstream Data Rate
- Upstream Data Rate.
Downstream denotes the allocated bandwidth, and Upstream indicates upload speed (streams differed according to subscriptions).
As per the above, Assumes that, if a customer opts for 8Mbps plan. He allows the upstream as 8*1024 = similar to 8192 kbps as upstream. If it allocates in similar to 2156 kbps, then it is the error, which results in lowest speed for the user.
If the above said downstream and upstream values are not up to the mark as per your BSNL broadband plan. Complain it immediately to concerned BSNL technical team to reallocate the port binding to your broadband telephone number. So that, the certain BSNL broadband speed as per your plan is available to you to enjoy high-speed internet services.
BSNL technical team also didn't know about the particular problem up to your complaint. Because at the time of plan change/ new subscription, port binding takes place automatically for BSNL broadband speed. When a claim arises about the speed, BSNL checks whether the broadband port is correctly bound or not. So check with above simple steps on login to your router. Proceed further, if not up to the mark for your BSNL broadband speed.