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#311756 12-Feb-2024 11:34
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Just wanted to pop on and post a Thank you to the team at Quic for the smooth and easy setup and change over to Hyperfibre. 

 

One small hiccup in the beginning with the Chorus tech turning up a week or two too early, but Quic sorted it, provided new install date, and went live this morning. 

 

 

 

Pretty happy with the results, and I can now happily say my network is Quic.... 

 

On wifi7 over my phone:

 

and via the UDM Pro:

 


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  #3194267 12-Feb-2024 11:54
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Damn I'm jealous by your WiFi speeds there...

 

And just speeds in general. Guess I better get onto 2Gbit Hyperfibre.





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  #3194281 12-Feb-2024 12:03
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Curious what your WiFi 7 set up is...


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  #3194284 12-Feb-2024 12:06
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mrgsm021:

 

Curious what your WiFi 7 set up is...

 

 

ONT > UDM Pro Via 10Gb SFP+ ---> UDM Pro ---> Unifi Enterprise 24 POE via 10Gb SFP+ ---> Unifi Enterprise 24 POE ---> Unifi U7 Pro via 2.5Gb Eth --> Samsung Galaxy 24 Ultra Via Wifi 7




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  #3194291 12-Feb-2024 12:21
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michaelmurfy:

 

Damn I'm jealous by your WiFi speeds there...

 

And just speeds in general. Guess I better get onto 2Gbit Hyperfibre.

 

 

Your biggest problem will be the upgrade to the FG-100F





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  #3194304 12-Feb-2024 12:50
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Johnk:

 

and via the UDM Pro:

 

 

Goddamnit! How the hell have you got Hyperfibre upload speeds like that via the UDM Pro over PPPoE?

 

I spent months going around in circles with both @quic and another ISP before concluding it just wasn't possible and ended up downgrading my connection until DHCP was available...


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  #3194305 12-Feb-2024 12:52
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timwelch:

 

Goddamnit! How the hell have you got Hyperfibre upload speeds like that via the UDM Pro over PPPoE?

 

I spent months going around in circles with both @quic and another ISP before concluding it just wasn't possible and ended up downgrading my connection until DHCP was available...

 

 

Not long now @timwelch! Expect an announcement very soon...





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  #3194307 12-Feb-2024 12:55
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quic:

 

Not long now @timwelch! Expect an announcement very soon...

 

 

My Adobe builds to the Intune portal will thank you... 😎




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  #3194449 12-Feb-2024 22:29
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Still working a treat here.. 

 

 

 

Thanks again Quic :-) 

 

 

 


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  #3194528 13-Feb-2024 09:21
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timwelch:

 

Goddamnit! How the hell have you got Hyperfibre upload speeds like that via the UDM Pro over PPPoE?

 

 

Maybe the OP is already on Quic's new DHCP stack?


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  #3194547 13-Feb-2024 10:21
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mrgsm021: Maybe the OP is already on Quic's new DHCP stack?

 

Do you think Quic would tease you like that? ;)





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  #3194625 13-Feb-2024 11:43
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michaelmurfy:

 

mrgsm021: Maybe the OP is already on Quic's new DHCP stack?

 

Do you think Quic would tease you like that? ;)

 

 

I am sure Quic would not do that.

 

Surely they would not treat new customers better than customers who have stuck with them through all the teething issues, customers who have paid for secondary connections with another provider because of all the issues.  You surely cannot be suggesting that!

 

BTW also on Quic Hyperfiber with hardware capable of 2Gbps  but I only get 2Gbps up in the middle of the night, during the day my up is less than I would get on the  900Mbps download 400Mbps upload plan.


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  #3194637 13-Feb-2024 12:33
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@godber just note there are a number of people who have been beta testing IPoE for quite some time now who have also experienced a fair bit more in terms of issues than their general customers. I’m on the beta, I have a secondary connection also as a backup but as you can see from the statement above expect an announcement soon.





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  #3194660 13-Feb-2024 13:08
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Just as a point of reference, I'm a new customer and was put on PPPoE not DHCP so there's no preferential treatment for new customers

 

The UDM Pro is quite capable of decent speeds on PPPoE but no idea what it tops out at


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  #3194817 13-Feb-2024 19:16
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dfnt:

Just as a point of reference, I'm a new customer and was put on PPPoE not DHCP so there's no preferential treatment for new customers


The UDM Pro is quite capable of decent speeds on PPPoE but no idea what it tops out at


3.7Gbps with all security features enabled.
Around 6.7Gbps with security features disabled.
I tested it via MyRepublic(now 2d) 8Gbps hyperfiber.

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  #3194907 14-Feb-2024 08:51
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eong:
dfnt:

 

Just as a point of reference, I'm a new customer and was put on PPPoE not DHCP so there's no preferential treatment for new customers

 

 

 

The UDM Pro is quite capable of decent speeds on PPPoE but no idea what it tops out at

 


3.7Gbps with all security features enabled.
Around 6.7Gbps with security features disabled.
I tested it via MyRepublic(now 2d) 8Gbps hyperfiber.

 

 

 

With pppoe? Nice :)


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