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linw

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#41547 18-Sep-2009 14:07
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Anyone seeing this? Takes me back to Xnet days!! Constant buffering even though speedtest to USA is fine. Rebooted router - no diff.

Never seen this since changed to Telecom a good few months ago.

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  #256854 18-Sep-2009 14:11
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YouTube working fine on my Telecom business ADSL2+ connection and my residential ADSL connection.







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  #256856 18-Sep-2009 14:17
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Thanks for the reply, Tony. Will wait and see if it rights itself, here. Can't face the Helpdesk 'solutions'!!

 
 
 
 


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  #256860 18-Sep-2009 14:29
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Hehe... yeah, I know it sucks to get an "its working for me" answer sometimes, but at least you know Telecoms connections to YouTube dont suck for everyone, so your problem is likely fixable.







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  #256863 18-Sep-2009 14:34
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No, I was pleased to get your "it works fine for me' answer. At least I knew it had to be at my end.

Well, it's fine again! I removed the proxy setting and restarted FF and speed was back. I re-applied the proxy, restarted, and speed was again back to its usual very good status.

Maybe the proxy settings got upset somehow but all well now.

Thanks.

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