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Topic # 112837 23-Dec-2012 00:44 Send private message

Even speedtest.net agrees.....

(North Shore, Auckland - usually have excellent speeds). 

http://www.speedtest.net/result/2388083221.png


My spedtest























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  Reply # 736465 23-Dec-2012 00:48 Send private message

Modem stats?



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  Reply # 736467 23-Dec-2012 00:51 Send private message

johnr: Modem stats?


PC says it's connected to the modem router at 216mbps. 

I can't login to the router. I forgot the password. (LOL....ish). 

This Netcom N300 router has been so steady, solid and reliable, I haven't had to touch it for over a year. I thought I had emailed myself the passwords.....but can't find them. 

I can reset it and re-configure it with a new password.....but there has been no need. I'll just try turning it off and on. Sometimes the port at the Telecom end gets flakey......and I need to grab a new one. 




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  Reply # 736469 23-Dec-2012 00:54 Send private message

I would try a power reset first



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  Reply # 736471 23-Dec-2012 01:07 Send private message

johnr: I would try a power reset first


Done. Much improved. 

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  Reply # 736472 23-Dec-2012 01:14 Send private message

Now you know why it is part of basic fault checking before calling

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