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Topic # 10265 13-Nov-2006 17:41
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We have GPS base stations setup at a few staff members houses and the data is fed back into a server over the internet.

We've noticed since the recent upgrades that one station keeps dropping it's connection into our server in the office.

Could the problem be that Telecom are thinking we're doing some sort of p2p file sharing?
And with the new restrictions, some sort of automated system is restricting or dropping the connection?

We are transferring a very small amount of data every second, so it's not although we can be causing anybody trouble!

Any suggestions would be appreciated.

Nigel H.

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  Reply # 52192 13-Nov-2006 17:47
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what plan are you on?

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