Re: Delayed data transmissions between USR 28.8 and USR 33.6 ???

Danny Sinang ( (no email) )
Fri, 24 Apr 1998 16:13:59 +0800

Hi Rudy.

I checked her DNS settings in the Control Panel and it is blank
( disabled ).

I had her dial into my server and check the readings when she ran

Her DNS server is some IP address . Her first ISP in the past
was IBM and now it is SkyInternet.

I don't know where WINIPCFG got that IP address. Any ideas ?

I checked her DUN settings and they are set to ( a private IP
address of our DNS server ).

When I had her browse a site using an IP address, she gets the same result -
agonizing delay before getting the website content. Is this a virus or a bug
of her browser not working with our proxy server ?

Hope somebody could help.

- Danny

-----Original Message-----
From: Rudy Komsic <>
To: <>
Date: Friday, April 24, 1998 4:03 PM
Subject: Re: Delayed data transmissions between USR 28.8 and USR 33.6 ???

>This seems to be a DNS problem on your client's side. Since she probably
>2 DNS information (for your dialup and the other ISP's dialup) Windows 95
>not know how to properly determine which DNS to use. To fix this problem,
>make sure your client's network settings (In control panel) under TCP/IP >
>Configuration that the DNS is disabled. If you have to put DNS
>goto your dialup connection properties > server types > tcp/ip settings and
>assign your DNS IP addresses there. Also you could try to have her install
>simple patch for Multi DNS problems. You can find this at
>Hopes this helps.
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Danny Sinang <>
>To: NTISP <>
>Date: April 23, 1998 11:10 PM
>Subject: Delayed data transmissions between USR 28.8 and USR 33.6 ???
>>I have a prospective customer who has a USR Sportster 28.8 modem who just
>>called up our USR Sportster 33.6 modem.
>>All her settings are fine and she could surf the web. However, web
>>are sent to her browser in a delayed fashion - around 10 seconds after she
>>requests it.
>>She has another ISP account and she doesn't have the same problem.
>>Could it be a telco problem ?
>>Or is it just a modem settings problem ?
>>Danny Sinang
>>President - Uplink Technologies, Inc.
>>( Provider of "Clean" Internet Access )
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