Description: The article is about centurylink login. The author shares his experience about adjusting the CenturyLink DSL service in his house. He shows how he improved the speed and service of his CenturyLink DSL internet service.
I’m assuming you are finding this article because you’re having some troubles with your DSL maybe with your CenturyLink. I will tell you a story about my own case,we’ve had CenturyLink for about five or six years,we paid for the seven megabit service but we were only getting about four or five consistently. When it wasn’t going slow,it was generally dropping off,let me show you what I came across when I opened up my box.
The technician opened this by accident. It turns out that we need to diagnose our problems. This is the CenturyLink side,it is the telco side,we don’t know what should be in there,but this is what I came across that I believe it is the best source of troubleshooting.
When I open this up,there is an RJ11 jack,you can plug in your modem directly,you can power it up and see if your connection is stable and you are getting the speed that you should get.
I looked further into this one,it was bypassing it,I was able to consistently get 12. You can see two sections. When I called CenturyLink after complaining a couple of times,they offered me a bonded 40 gigabit service,that was two 20s and one up on each.
You can see the blue and blue white wires. We’re going into my house. The modem was reporting a lot of errors. As soon as I came in,the connections were a lot more stable. Since moving up to this other service and having it plugged out,I have not had any drops. They’re going to a splitter which is going directly to the motor.The modem comes into the computer. I can show you that the connections are on. We’re coming up with 20.
If I remove this line,it should be line one. You can see where it’s retraining,we’re now at zero. You should confirm that it’s disconnected. I am going to plug it back in,we need to give it a moment to retrain. I come back to the speed test,I should be able to get a service that I think all of us should have.
I was getting about half of it while I was paying for 7 megabits per service. I was getting about 4 or 5,I wasn’t getting about 7. If you are in the Arizona areas may be CenturyLink,you should take a look at your box,you can see that if you can essentially bypass the internal wiring,this house was built in 1999,it was not too long ago but apparently the wiring was shoddy.
Bypassing it has resolved all of my issues. My only problem at this point is that my modem locates in the garage so the wireless to in main side of the house is not spectacular. At this point my next step is to grab a longer cable,I am going to run this through the attic and I should be able to bring that access point to the center house. It means my wireless connection is going to be solid and the DSL should be solid as well. Hopefully it helps you out.