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Comment by sbiddle, on 6-Dec-2006 12:13
What type of router do you have?
I tend to take the opposite approach and used to continually upgrade my router (WRT54g) even if it wasn't broken.
Comment by juha, on 6-Dec-2006 12:44
Yeah, some routers can be r00t3d... but hang on, you're getting 800kbit/s on a 10Mbit/s connection? I get 5.5Mbit/s downloads on TCL's PDQ DSL.
Comment by antoniosk, on 6-Dec-2006 20:32
Sounds good Kelvin!
Just a general question for all - where is speedtest hosted, and how big is the connection from that server to the web?
If it's a 10mb/s connection, and 4 cable users on the 10mb/s service ping it, does it mean their shared bandwidth goes down to 2.5mb/s each for duration of the test?
Comment by cjmchch, on 9-Dec-2006 17:38
Chiefie Glad you got it sorted. I presume the guy from TCL you talk of is the guy I referred you to. One thing I do regret now, having read your story, is that I never acknowledged his true customer support by writing to his employer telling themjust how good he is, not only at his profession, but also as the face of TCL. He certainly is a pleasure. Even after nearly three years since my meeting him I will now put pen to paper and do for him what he truley deserves; acknowledgement and thanks. Well done Jibok!
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