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Reply # 1058292 3-Jun-2014 00:54
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quickymart:
Kirdog:
michaelmurfy: Not another "My upload is crap" post from you Kirdog... Why don't you get HSNS Lite and be done with it? I believe it is only $500 or so for a 2/2mbit line and around $800 for the modem. Your ADSL is performing fine.

 Why another post without careful reading? It was fine possible upload, became crap just now . just read careful one more time...
Is it possible to have "HSNS Lite" with Telecom? Seems perfect solution for me.  

How did you cope in the, uh, "olden days" when everyone's upload was limited to 128k?


Times changed, are you still upload videos with 320*240 pix. sizes? 

Using GoPro Hero 3 to record QVGA videos, WOOO! 

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  Reply # 1058306 3-Jun-2014 05:28
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at the end of the day its a best effort service and its still working about the minimum so your ISP/Chours etc wont be able to do much

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1058310 3-Jun-2014 06:12
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Kirdog:
quickymart:
Kirdog:
michaelmurfy: Not another "My upload is crap" post from you Kirdog... Why don't you get HSNS Lite and be done with it? I believe it is only $500 or so for a 2/2mbit line and around $800 for the modem. Your ADSL is performing fine.

 Why another post without careful reading? It was fine possible upload, became crap just now . just read careful one more time...
Is it possible to have "HSNS Lite" with Telecom? Seems perfect solution for me.  

How did you cope in the, uh, "olden days" when everyone's upload was limited to 128k?


Times changed, are you still upload videos with 320*240 pix. sizes? 

Using GoPro Hero 3 to record QVGA videos, WOOO! 

Times have changed, yes. No I don't upload videos at that resolution. But I don't think there's much you'll be able to do about your upload speed changing - as people have said here it's a "best effort" service - no speed whatsoever is guaranteed.



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  Reply # 1060976 7-Jun-2014 17:43
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Well suddenly:
    
DSL Upstream Rate: 1049 Kbps
DSL Downstream Rate: 13228 Kbps

 

 

 


-Back to normal again.  

 

Don't know why. 

But i'm interested in HSNS, need more info about it and pricing. 


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  Reply # 1061010 7-Jun-2014 18:46
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Kirdog: Well suddenly:
    
DSL Upstream Rate: 1049 Kbps
DSL Downstream Rate: 13228 Kbps
 
-Back to normal again.   Don't know why. 

But i'm interested in HSNS, need more info about it and pricing. 



ask your isp.


sounds like a few bad syncs, maybe a weather related bad joint?




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