Slow OneDrive upload speed when using Ethernet


David Duong

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I'm using OneDrive for uploading all my files. My internet speed is 150-160Mb/s ~ 18-20MB/s (both upload/download) My OneDrive upload speed usually ranges from 18-20MB/s when I'm using Wi-Fi and that's exactly the highest speed my internet supports. Some how the upload speed is halved when I plug in my ethernet cable (8-10MB/s). The speed go up to 18-20MB/s when I unplug the ethernet cable and use Wi-Fi. It used to be 18-20MB/s but now its max speed is only 10MB/s.

I've tested my internet speed using speedtest.net and the speed when I'm using an ethernet cable is even a bit better than Wi-Fi. I've already chose Don't limit in OneDrive settings. I've checked and updated everything.

How do I make OneDrive upload my files at the max speed

Thank you.
 
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batlhilz

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Could be Send Large Offload on the IPv4 if youre using it. Should be able to find the option to enable from the network card settings/properties page.

Check if its enabled?
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David Duong

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Hi batlhilz,

Thanks for your quick reply. I've checked that option and it's enabled. I've tried disabling it but the speed stays the same.
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Okay, of course you could check the IPv6 if its on use from your broadband :) Im out of suggestions now tho :(
 

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OK. Thanks for your help. Can you tell me more about your IPv6 suggestion? I don't understand that clearly
 

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