Win7 User1 gets good thruput User2 sucks?

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Stand alone non-networked windows 7 laptop. User1 gets good throughput.
User two throughput sucks. Using ping to google DNS, ping times good for  
user one, stalls for user2. When mac address is changed on Admin User1  
and then logoff and go to user2, SOMETIMES user2 good throughput is  
regained.
Appears ISP is identifying users by some parameter other than mac  
address? How can they do this other than by MAC address? How do they  
know what user on the same computer is connecting? I do not think this  
is a issue with router settings. Also I notice sometimes after changing  
mac address throughput can be regained by slightly moving antenna a few  
inches. BS alfa interface shows good connection regardless of  
throughput. I know some ISP have sophisticated programs/equipment to  
know the exact location of the antenna and maybe also to know which user  
is logged in?  Help please.

Re: Win7 User1 gets good thruput User2 sucks?
On Fri, 23 Aug 2019 00:43:49 +0000 (UTC), byanyothername

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What happens when you use a wired Ethernet connection versus your
current wireless?


Re: Win7 User1 gets good thruput User2 sucks?

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I don't use one, wireless only.  

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I'm confused. Is it networked or not?  You say it's non-networked and
then you start talking about pings...   You can't send a ping on a
non-networked computer unless you are pinging the loop-back device,
which is the same computer...


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Re: Win7 User1 gets good thruput User2 sucks?
@dont-email.me:

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sorry late reply,thought the thread was dead. I was pinging public DNS  
servers thru the ISP modem/router (over which I have no control by choice  
so far) in order todetermine if I had a good thruput connection. User 1 has  
good thruput. User 2 same computer win7, does not. The router or ISP  
appears to be stalling or delimiting the connection based on user or other  
identifiable parameters OTHER than Mac address. Or maybe it's a problem  
with win7.
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