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  #1828823 25-Jul-2017 09:40
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MikeB4: My internet connection started to dropout last night at around 10pm. Disappointing.

 

Me too - at about 10pm - found a new IP address in the morning.

 

Island Bay, FibreX 200, node WKH3.





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  #1828986 25-Jul-2017 11:24
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*sigh* following drop outs last night my speed today is showing a significant drop .... to Wellington server <10km getting 19ms ping, 187.7mbps download and 78mbps upload.

 

@gaddman @MikeHales  FYI 





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  #1828989 25-Jul-2017 11:28
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MikeB4:

*sigh* following drop outs last night my speed today is showing a significant drop .... to Wellington server <10km getting 19ms ping, 187.7mbps download and 78mbps upload.

 

 

 

If you power cycle the router and modem, does the speed return?

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MikeB4:

 

*sigh* following drop outs last night my speed today is showing a significant drop .... to Wellington server <10km getting 19ms ping, 187.7mbps download and 78mbps upload.

 

If you power cycle the router and modem, does the speed return?

 

 

 

I will soon, right now it would be more than my life is worth to cut the internet connection wink





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  #1829013 25-Jul-2017 11:59
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@mikeb4 - please see this new thread

 

Firmware update coming soon.





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Techs should be around tomorrow morning for the fibre install. Hooray!


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  #1829184 25-Jul-2017 16:05
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Okay with the office empty I have rebooted the TC440 and HG659. Speed is close to what it was yesterday that is 897mbps download and 94.6mbps  upload and 9ms ping. Shouldn't need to reboot every few days, this is silly.

 

I am not sure what would be the next step 





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  #1829189 25-Jul-2017 16:11
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Kodiack:

 

Techs should be around tomorrow morning for the fibre install. Hooray!

 

 

 

 

Please let us know how it goes and the performance comparisons. It will be very interesting.





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  #1829190 25-Jul-2017 16:11
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MikeB4:

 

Okay with the office empty I have rebooted the TC440 and HG659. Speed is close to what it was yesterday that is 897mbps download and 94.6mbps  upload and 9ms ping. Shouldn't need to reboot every few days, this is silly.

 

I am not sure what would be the next step 

 

 

yet you still want to stick with the service.....


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Jase2985:

 

MikeB4:

 

Okay with the office empty I have rebooted the TC440 and HG659. Speed is close to what it was yesterday that is 897mbps download and 94.6mbps  upload and 9ms ping. Shouldn't need to reboot every few days, this is silly.

 

I am not sure what would be the next step 

 

 

yet you still want to stick with the service.....

 

 

 shhhh my wife maybe listening tongue-out  she wants  me to change

 

My patience is wearing thin.... quickly now.





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your wife and everyone else is telling you to change.


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  #1829196 25-Jul-2017 16:23
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Jase2985:

 

your wife and everyone else is telling you to change.

 

 

It depends on the monthly fee he is paying. I know I am on an attractive deal that would make it silly to switch to fibre atm.


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Pumpedd:

 

Jase2985:

 

your wife and everyone else is telling you to change.

 

 

It depends on the monthly fee he is paying. I know I am on an attractive deal that would make it silly to switch to fibre atm.

 

 

I am on a  discount, I am  from memory paying circa $95 per month for Fibre X  Gigabit. I will pay more to have a stable connection which is very important to us.





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Pumpedd:

 

Jase2985:

 

your wife and everyone else is telling you to change.

 

 

It depends on the monthly fee he is paying. I know I am on an attractive deal that would make it silly to switch to fibre atm.

 

 

cost vs quality of connection


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Jase2985:

 

Pumpedd:

 

Jase2985:

 

your wife and everyone else is telling you to change.

 

 

It depends on the monthly fee he is paying. I know I am on an attractive deal that would make it silly to switch to fibre atm.

 

 

cost vs quality of connection

 

 

I agree, I am not concerned about the prospect of paying more for UFB if it gives me an acceptable service. I am always accepting that nothing is perfect but since the move from the previous version of Cable to DOCSIS 3.1 the service is far from perfect.





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