Increasing Comcast's Internet Speed

Jesse Stay jesse at
Mon Dec 18 10:31:20 MST 2006

I'm not sure, but that's an interesting idea - I'll have to try it and
post how it works compared to just separating the devices.


On 12/18/06, Dr. Scott S. Jones <scott at> wrote:
> Jesse:
> > On 12/18/06, Steve <smorrey at> wrote:
> > >Ok so you increased your speed by moving your equipment apart?
> > >That required a post to the list that points to digg, which then
> > >points right back to your own blog?  Why not just link the blog?
> > >
> > >Anyways your issue is caused by noisy equipment, and or you done
> > >something like had your cables routed near one another, or looped in
> > >on themselves etc.
> I have my Motorola cable modem, VOIP adapter, and router next to each other
> on the shelf downstairs. Is it possible to simply create a shield with
> Aluminium Foil and have the devices next to each other though shielded? Does
> the advice apply to any situation? At work I have my trusty Cisco 678 mode,
> in a small stacked shelf with my VOIP adapter, and credit card processing
> modem, all in close proximity. Would they all work better spread far apart?
> Scott
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