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  Reply # 197871 24-Feb-2009 22:37 Send private message

Ok you can't tell me its still peak hour look at how pathetic this is.






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  Reply # 197873 24-Feb-2009 22:49 Send private message

Ok so it is a bit later but I just got 4900K from LA and 600K upload. I have a feeling you have major ADSL contention in your area.




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  Reply # 197881 24-Feb-2009 23:49 Send private message

Its been like this for me on and off over the past 3 months, well for the past 2 months its been this bad..before that it was ok at certain times.

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  Reply # 197896 25-Feb-2009 05:26 Send private message

openmedia: Ok so it is a bit later but I just got 4900K from LA and 600K upload. I have a feeling you have major ADSL contention in your area.

I get similar speeds to Silverwolf and I'm on Orcon+ (unbundled).

I think Orcon has major ADSL contention at certain times!

Anyway, this has been going on for months now as evidenced by many, many posts on this issue.  Orcon are obviously not going to fix it, so the choice for their subscribers is very simple.




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  Reply # 198280 26-Feb-2009 21:46 Send private message

very strange..... what the hell is going on nationally? wow

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Line ModeADSL2+ Line StateShow Time  
Line Power StateL0 Line Up Time00:00:31:02 
Line CodingTrellis On Line Up Count

StatisticsDownstreamUpstream
Line Rate4000 Kbps979 Kbps
Attainable Line Rate4932 Kbps972 Kbps
Noise Margin6.2 dB8.7 dB
Line Attenuation52.5 dB29.6 dB
Output Power0.0 dBm12.9 dBm










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