The last week we've been moving to the new place. Quite a task after 13 years in the same house, sigh.
Last monday I ordered the 100/10 internet access. They said it would take couple of days to be delivered but no sign of it yet after a week.
What really makes me mad is the cabinet they've installed in the house for the internet access. It's a small metal cabinet with two RJ45's coming in to the house, fiber for future extensions, two power sockets and two RJ45's that go to one wall in the living room. What exactly are the installers thinking? The cabinet is too thin for most devices and power supplies. It's relatively small. It's metal so you don't really want to install an WiFi access point inside it -- and the thick stone walls require best possible WiFi AP's anyway. And what's the use of RJ45's in the centre of the living room exactly? They are by the window so not even good for the TV.
While the external connectivity is now great (two carriers with fiber, fast LTE) the connectivity inside the home is pretty challenging.
Luckily the 4G/LTE reception is fine here. 4 (of 5) bars on the Huawei USB stick giving me the full 50 Mbit/s I've paid for. Upstream is 10 Mbit/s currently. Pretty amazing to be able to browse cat photos at such a speed over a cellular network!
Back in a few days with more information how I'm finally entering this century :)