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  Reply # 978039 31-Jan-2014 12:58 Send private message

hio77: still should be able to stream a 3mbit stream perfectly fine on that..

certainly odd.. your latency is so much higher too..


Oh wow I didn't even notice the latency difference.

I'm all the way down in Dunedin though

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  Reply # 978089 31-Jan-2014 14:05 Send private message

Kiwiownage:
hio77: still should be able to stream a 3mbit stream perfectly fine on that..

certainly odd.. your latency is so much higher too..


Oh wow I didn't even notice the latency difference.

I'm all the way down in Dunedin though


ah, well that would account for a little of it.



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  Reply # 978229 31-Jan-2014 16:33 Send private message

Apparently snap can't do anything about it because its international and they have no control over it.

Got told to factory reset modem & send in tracerts.

T_T

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  Reply # 978240 31-Jan-2014 16:47 Send private message

it would seem you have a bit a complex issue to work through.. there wont be an instant fix for that..



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  Reply # 978247 31-Jan-2014 16:51 Send private message

hio77: it would seem you have a bit a complex issue to work through.. there wont be an instant fix for that..


Yeah i kno :(

I just want usable internet T_T

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  Reply # 978268 31-Jan-2014 17:42 One person supports this post Send private message

Think positively - mine went from 200Mbit this morning until the connection crashed and since then can't get more than 2Mbit download - SNAP can't find a cause. They even swapped me back to the 100/50 and still only 2Mbit. Up's fine at 50...






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  Reply # 978313 31-Jan-2014 18:49 One person supports this post Send private message

Kiwiownage: Can someone do a speedtest to LA America, just so i can get a comparison?

Preferably on 100/50, or even vdsl


my test to LA CA USA:-



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  Reply # 978366 31-Jan-2014 22:48 Send private message

D1NZ:
Kiwiownage: Can someone do a speedtest to LA America, just so i can get a comparison?

Preferably on 100/50, or even vdsl


my test to LA CA USA:-




Thanks for this


Them adsl speeds :(

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  Reply # 978367 31-Jan-2014 22:56 Send private message

Here is mine.
On VDSL however I am far away from the exchange.










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  Reply # 978490 1-Feb-2014 12:20 Send private message

T_T




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  Reply # 978496 1-Feb-2014 13:00 Send private message

My tests on VDSL to LA are quite variable depending on selected host, but generally from 13/8 to this:

http://www.speedtest.net/my-result/3273725758


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  Reply # 978498 1-Feb-2014 13:11 Send private message

sidefx: My tests on VDSL to LA are quite variable depending on selected host, but generally from 13/8 to this:

http://www.speedtest.net/my-result/3273725758



also found this.. thats why i made it clear which speedtest server...

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  Reply # 978506 1-Feb-2014 13:46 Send private message

hio77:
sidefx: My tests on VDSL to LA are quite variable depending on selected host, but generally from 13/8 to this:

http://www.speedtest.net/my-result/3273725758



also found this.. thats why i made it clear which speedtest server...


Mine is done with DreamHost LA CA



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  Reply # 979512 3-Feb-2014 17:20 Send private message

Still nothing from snap... I'll give it a couple days then I'm switching to Orcon

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  Reply # 979569 3-Feb-2014 18:12 Send private message

its really sounding like its something on your side or something messed with your profile..

switching ISPs wouldnt exactly fix it.. may just patch the issue for awhile..

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