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Windows 7: WIN7 upload problem

26 Jan 2010   #1
sokratessf

WIN7
 
 
WIN7 upload problem

Problem:
Uploads using SMTP/FTP/HTTP protocols on LAN & WLAN time out.

Set up:
* ASUS U80V WIN7 machine (OEM) - fresh from the shelf
* Download works well.
* WIN7 firewall deactivated.
* WORKGROUP network.
* No AntiVirus application installed.
* Uploads using XP box in same network work with no problems.
* ISP says it has nothing to do with the router.
* Deactivated IPV6
* Latest driver for Network Adapter installed
* Tried uploading in SAFE mode -> failed
* None of the common "speed tests" completes
- download check is ok
- upload usually ends with "Upload test returned an error while trying to read the upload file"
* ISP: Telefonica (Spain), Router COMTREND CT-535 (pretty ancient)


Strange enough upload works from office location (other router/ISP/network)

... what else can I do? tx!
Peter


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26 Jan 2010   #2
zigzag3143

Win 8 Release candidate 8400
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by sokratessf View Post
Problem:
Uploads using SMTP/FTP/HTTP protocolls on LAN & WLAN time out.

Set up:
ASUS U80V WIN7 machine (OEM) fresh from the shelf.
Download works well.
WIN7 firewall deactivated.
WORK network.
No AntiVirus application installed.
Uploads using XP box in same network work with no problems.
ISP says it has nothing to do with the router.
Deactvated IPV6

... what else can I do? tx!
Peter
Change from Homegroup to workgroup. Homegroup is for win7 only. Uses IPv6, workgroup is for mixed environments, uses IPv4. to verify create a new network connection using the workgoup model. If it works disable IPv6 and kill homegroup.

Let us know if you need help


Ken J+
My System SpecsSystem Spec
26 Jan 2010   #3
sokratessf

WIN7
 
 

Hi Ken - tx for the quick reply - I am using WORKGROUP
(just edited the above post to make that clearer)
My System SpecsSystem Spec
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