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  # 1687882 14-Dec-2016 19:44
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yip it goes to crap...

 

um isolated it to my computer haha, flatties are relieved... would onedrive kill it?


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  # 1687883 14-Dec-2016 19:45
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KiwiAuck:

 

yip it goes to crap...

 

um isolated it to my computer haha, flatties are relieved... would onedrive kill it?

 

 

Potentially, Yes.

 

 

 

Use resmon to narrow down the cause of your traffic.

 

 





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  # 1687895 14-Dec-2016 20:00
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You guys are legends!! 

 

Turns out one drive was uploading 40gb! so maxed out our upload!

 

Set a limit and all good now. Thinking that maybe my republic should know to ask this, i still wouldnt know without your help!

 

thanks heaps!!


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  # 1687919 14-Dec-2016 20:09
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There is a reason that ISPs ask people to do the isolation tests with a single device.





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  # 1687925 14-Dec-2016 20:13
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KiwiAuck:

 

You guys are legends!! 

 

Turns out one drive was uploading 40gb! so maxed out our upload!

 

Set a limit and all good now. Thinking that maybe my republic should know to ask this, i still wouldnt know without your help!

 

thanks heaps!!

 

 

 

 

Should be part of basic diagnostics, all depends on how the ISP expects their reps to handle situations though.

 

 

 

Some ISP's out there have compliance based workflows that you must travel through to ensure cases like that don't happen.





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  # 1688939 14-Dec-2016 21:50
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Makes me wonder how many people change ISPs per month due to slow internet or other internet issues caused by something at their own end and not by the ISP or Chorus.

I read posts on FB of people complaining about their internet being down for days but strangely never heard of their outages in the news media.

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  # 1688962 14-Dec-2016 21:57
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Quite a few I would guess. Also those that complain because the wifi is bad from their new ISP.

 

I like how the fritzboxes have a graph in them to show current in and out traffic, can see when something is hogging.





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  # 1688965 14-Dec-2016 22:01
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Quite a few I would guess. Also those that complain because the wifi is bad from their new ISP.


I like how the fritzboxes have a graph in them to show current in and out traffic, can see when something is hogging.



Are those graphs on the outside of the Fritzbox or within the GUI?

Sorry I've got off topic.

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  # 1688997 14-Dec-2016 23:35
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Its on the webui, scrolls along showing in and out. Not assiged to devices tho but you can at least see its saturated.





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