Business Data Rates
Up to 8 Mbps Downstream and 2 Mbps Upstream
Business Broadband 25
Up to 25 Mbps Downstream and 5 Mbps Upstream
Business Broadband 100
Up to 100 Mbps Downstream and 15 Mbps Upstream
Business Broadband 200
Up to 200 Mbps Downstream and 25 Mbps Upstream
Business fiber is currently available throughout the Conway city limits. Email Business Solutions Sales Engineer Eleise Wood Myers for pricing.
Up to ten email accounts are included with Conway Corp's internet service. All speeds are listed as "best effort" and are not guaranteed.
Business internet service requires an active Conway Corp cable line to your business and a commercial electric meter. Business internet service also requires a DOCSIS 3.0 / 8 channel or greater cable modem which may be purchased or leased from Conway Corp or provided by customer. Business Broadband 200 requires a DOCSIS 3.0 / 32 channel or greater cable modem which may be purchased or leased from Conway Corp or provided by customer. Multiple computers will require a switch or router.
- Operating System: Windows XP/VISTA/7 or Macintosh OS 10.4 or greater
- Hardware: Properly installed and configured 10/100/1000 Mb Ethernet Adapter Card. These are available from all local computer stores as well as through mail order.
- TCP/IP protocol services properly installed and configured
- Active cable outlet within 5 feet of computer
The following will function with Conway Corp internet, however they will reduce or eliminate Conway Corp's ability to provide support. • A non-Microsoft based operating system • Routers, switches and hubs • A software or hardware based proxy or firewall server • Cable splitters
What is the difference between a Static IP and a Dynamic IP?
A Static IP is a numeric, fixed address always associated with your computer and does not change when you log onto your modem. A Dynamic IP is temporarily assigned to your computer or modem for a specified duration and may change between sessions. If your business will be running one or more servers or utilizing applications that require external access, you might want to consider a Static IP. Usually, a Dynamic IP will satisfy your business needs.
What is the difference between residential and business internet from Conway Corp?
While both residential and business high-speed internet from Conway Corp operate over the same reliable network, Conway Corp Business Data is designed to meet the broadband capacity and needs that businesses specifically require.
Do I need my own modem?
No. Customers can choose to take the hassle out of owning a modem and rent one from Conway Corp for a small additional fee each month. If you choose to purchase your own modem, Conway Corp recommends a DOCSIS 3.0 modem, since these modems incorporate the latest cable technology and have a longer expected lifetime. Most packages require this modem to get the full speeds offered. An older modem using DOCSIS 2.0 is only compatible on the Conway Corp network for speed packages with download speeds of 4 Mbps or less.
How do I change my email password?
What should I do if I receive an email from Conway Corp threatening to disconnect my service or asking for my username, password, credit card information, date of birth or other personal information?
Conway Corporation will never ask customers to provide personally identifiable information via email. If you receive an email that purports to come from Conway Corp and seems questionable, please call us at 501-450-6000 before responding.
What should I do if my internet is not working properly?
A simple reboot of the modem, computer and router can often fix this issue. Unplug the power to the modem and computer. If you have a router, unplug the power to the router also. After unplugging the power to these components wait one minute then restore power to the individual components. Restart your computer.
If this doesn't resolve the issue, Conway Corp provides technical support at 501-450-6000 seven days a week. Give us a call Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. or Saturday and Sunday from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. so we can help solve any problems you might be having.
What are Conway Corp's DNS service addresses?
Primary DNS 22.214.171.124
Secondary DNS 126.96.36.199
Protect your data, applications and hardware with offsite backup in our Data Center.
Colocation with Conway Corp provides redundancy for your mission-critical data, applications and hardware.
To learn more about how Conway Corp can help your business with colocation services, email Business Solutions Sales Engineer Eleise Wood Myers.
Conway Corp is proud to offer gigabit internet service in the Conway Data District. With the gigabit initiative, Conway Corp is embracing its position as an internet technology leader. The company was fifth in North America to commercially release a citywide high-speed, broadband cable internet service when that service launched in 1997.
Packaging and pricing for the data district service includes 250 Mbps, 500 Mbps and 1 gigabit packages available.