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Friends,Firstly, I'd like to know your experiences of the speeds experienced in using BSNL BB at various points during the day - if you have noticed them. Understandably (reasoning logically rather) for Home 500 ('upto 2 Mbps') users, it is bound to vary quite a bit during the day and the night depending on network traffic, isn't it? What is the max and the min speeds (d/l and u/l) you have experienced at say 10AM, 6PM and 12 midnight? Secondly, BSNL only issues dynamic IP addresses, isn't it? My doubt is: my torrent downloads are working, but i suspect the speeds are much lower than i could/should get. I wanted to try port forwarding as i had successfully used it previously when i had a different ISP, but as mentioned on one of my earlier posts a couple of days back, i am unable to open the config page of my UT300R2U router - 192.168.1.1 or 192.168.1.2 simply do NOT work for me. Can someone please suggest or reason why this could be or any ideas on how to troubleshoot this? (other details: i use a dial-up Ethernet-based LAN connectivity mode, and though i dont mind converting to always-on mode - if i knew how to get it to work, pls dont suggest converting to USB). Thanks a ton.- Mad_Hawk.And oh yes, i even tried opening my default gateway / IP address on my default browser by verifying it in cmd>ipconfig> (both Default gateway & IP address are the same 59.xx.xx.xx ). Also my Ethernet adapter LAN settings reveal that there is an Autoconfiguration IP Address (169.xxx.xx.xx) and a subnet mask (255.255.0.0)... just thought of adding in these details so that the kind-hearted folks here could reason out my problem.. since am not able to log into my router using any of the IP addresses, i dont even know what mode am using: bridge, dmz or virtual... my torrents just work at 25-30 kBps at all times during the day... somebody pls help!