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Reply # 571724 21-Jan-2012 19:09 Send private message

Thats really weird.

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Reply # 571761 21-Jan-2012 21:52 Send private message

codyc1515: Thats really weird.

It's also impossible. ADSL2+ has a theoretical max of 24Mbit/s.




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  Reply # 571777 21-Jan-2012 22:43 Send private message

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codyc1515: Thats really weird.

It's also impossible. ADSL2+ has a theoretical max of 24Mbit/s.

So what do you guys think is goin on with my line!!!

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  Reply # 571780 21-Jan-2012 22:53 Send private message

This was done a minute ago, back to crappy speeds again, browsing is super slow. I am sure someone at Slingshot or on this forum will be able to figure out what is going on with my line!!!!

 

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  Reply # 571977 22-Jan-2012 16:53 Send private message

Today is the 4th day since I first reported the problem, still getting very slow speeds, downloading and browsing both. Chorus tech came again this afternoon, checked everything and says it's all good, was talking about some sort of profile issue that is managed by Telecom for all ISP's! He said his boss who is a Senior Tech(same person who came on Friday) will call me on Monday to try and sort the issue, it seems no one can figure out what the problem is!!


 

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  Reply # 572005 22-Jan-2012 17:46 Send private message

stitch:
Detruire:
codyc1515: Thats really weird.

It's also impossible. ADSL2+ has a theoretical max of 24Mbit/s.

So what do you guys think is goin on with my line!!!


For that higher than possible speed test... Your web browser or proxy server in your network may have cached the download file used for the speed test when it shouldn't have, so it was coming from local disk/memory inside your network.

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  Reply # 572006 22-Jan-2012 17:51 Send private message

stitch: Today is the 4th day since I first reported the problem, still getting very slow speeds, downloading and browsing both. 
 


The line stats from your modem (posted a few pages back) look good. To me it seems quite pointless for them to send a tech out to check the line when the modem sync rates are 100% fine. 

I'd suspect it's more likely to be something like backhaul or handover link congestion or simply a problem in slingshots network eg: your ip address is in a rate shaped pool or something like that.

Actually I'd put $5 on it being your ip address or account being rate shaped by Slingshot (by accident).

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  Reply # 572009 22-Jan-2012 17:55 Send private message

Ragnor:
stitch: Today is the 4th day since I first reported the problem, still getting very slow speeds, downloading and browsing both.?
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You posted the line stats from your modem a page or so back and they looked completely fine. ?Quite pointless for them to send a tech out to check the line when the modem sync rates are good imo

It seems way more likely to be something like backhaul or handover link congestion or problem in slingshots network eg: your ip address is in a rate shaped pool or something.

I'll put $5 on it being your ip address or account being rate shaped by Slingshot by accident.

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That's what I think considering the variation in speed depending on time of day, hope someone from Slingshot reads and looks into this though they gave confirmed there is no rate shaping on my line.

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  Reply # 572010 22-Jan-2012 17:58 Send private message

stitch:
That's what I think considering the variation in speed depending on time of day, hope someone from Slingshot reads and looks into this though they gave confirmed there is no rate shaping on my line.


Whats your IP address or user name PM it to me.....
I know the SCE well now I can check backhaul as well




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  Reply # 572199 22-Jan-2012 23:46 Send private message

I have been doing speedtest almost every hour, I got good speeds at 7AM this morning and since then it's been between 1-2Mb/s only and browsing is super slow. I have just done one more and now it's gone up to around 4Mb/s. There seems to be some sort of throttling on the line between during the day time, speeds become normal after 2AM and then again becomes very slow after 8AM.

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  Reply # 572201 22-Jan-2012 23:58 Send private message

See the results, good early morning, starts getting slower during the day and stays slow the whole day and now it seems to be getting better-












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  Reply # 572204 23-Jan-2012 00:40 Send private message

It's 12.38am and already starting to see some improvements but browsing is still not very fast but speedtest.net shows this, come on Slingshot, this can't be coincidence,whole day crappy speeds and late in the night it gets better-


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  Reply # 572269 23-Jan-2012 10:52 Send private message

stitch: It's 12.38am and already starting to see some improvements but browsing is still not very fast but speedtest.net shows this, come on Slingshot, this can't be coincidence,whole day crappy speeds and late in the night it gets better-


Hi Stitch

As per my PM this should be sorted out overnight for you.

Kind Regards
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  Reply # 572319 23-Jan-2012 12:11 Send private message

Thanks Bevin, I look forward to it.

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