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Master Geek


  #296224 4-Feb-2010 21:58
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Is it just me or have all restrictions been off all day ?ie 1.5mbps torrents, full speed rapid share.... :)

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Ultimate Geek


  #296546 6-Feb-2010 00:06
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nice. Prob doing it for a while to get the uni kids like me to sign up

 
 
 
 


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Uber Geek


  #296551 6-Feb-2010 00:13
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patznz: Is it just me or have all restrictions been off all day ?ie 1.5mbps torrents, full speed rapid share.... :)


could be.  I downloaded a torrent last night around 10pm - it came down at between 150-200KB/s the whole time.  way faster than the normal shaped 5-10KB/s I usually get

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Master Geek


  #296749 7-Feb-2010 13:13
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Just a question.. So Telecom is infact throttling torrents?
Cause my net speed it fine on Big Time. Exact same speeds as my Adventure plan
Just my Torrent speeds have been extremely low

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Master Geek


  #296753 7-Feb-2010 13:28
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Telecom throttles the hell out of everything, except youtube, facebook etc.

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Master Geek


  #296757 7-Feb-2010 13:37
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only for Big Time plan though? Cause my speeds were fine on my other plan

Anyway to bypass torrent throttling? Encrypting doesn't work

msn

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Geek


  #296795 7-Feb-2010 15:52
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I have been having problems with big time recently.
My internet has slowed down so much making using the internet very anoying.
My internet has gone from atleast 5mb/s all the way down to an average of around 1mb/s over night. Its now been like this for a week and I dont know when the speeds will go back to normal.

[IMG]https://www.speedtest.net/result/708437668.png[/IMG]

 
 
 
 


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  #296799 7-Feb-2010 16:04
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msn: I have been having problems with big time recently.
My internet has slowed down so much making using the internet very anoying.
My internet has gone from atleast 5mb/s all the way down to an average of around 1mb/s over night. Its now been like this for a week and I dont know when the speeds will go back to normal.

[IMG]https://www.speedtest.net/result/708437668.png[/IMG]

hi can you post some modem stats for your ADSL connection, try to include the sync rates to the exchange.





msn

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Geek


  #296803 7-Feb-2010 16:18
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Sure, How do I do that?

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  #296804 7-Feb-2010 16:21
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msn: Sure, How do I do that?


what modem do you have ?

if its a thomson heap of  *** go to http://192.168.1.254 then Broadband Connection - DSL Connection - then click Details :)







msn

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Geek


  #296806 7-Feb-2010 16:28
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It is a Dynalink rta1025w I've never had a problem with such slow internet like this before.


Im not sure if this is what you want but...


Line Mode

ADSL2+ 
Line State

Show Time  

Line Power State
L0 
Line Up Time
00:00:19:21 

Line Coding
Trellis On 
Line Up Count


Statistics
Downstream
Upstream

Line Rate

6368 Kbps
945 Kbps

Attainable Line Rate

7724 Kbps
945 Kbps

Noise Margin

12.2 dB
13.5 dB

Line Attenuation

41.0 dB
21.7 dB

Output Power

19.6 dBm
12.4 dBm

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  #296809 7-Feb-2010 16:36
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ok that looks fine.





msn

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Geek


  #296812 7-Feb-2010 16:43
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So then whys my download speed dropped from 5mb/s all the way down to 1mb/s or would that be because telecom is throtling my download speed from speedtest.net?

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  #296813 7-Feb-2010 16:45
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http://www.vodafone.co.nz/broa.../ try that speedtest





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Geek


  #296838 7-Feb-2010 18:04
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Heres my result:
Download Speed: 278 kbps (33 KB/sec transfer rate)
Upload Speed: 123 kbps (19 KB/sec transfer rate)
Latency: 58 ms

Edit:
Woah tested again and it was much better

Download Speed: 3960 kbps (495 KB/sec transfer rate)
Upload Speed: 617 kbps (77.1 KB/sec transfer rate)
Latency: 46 ms

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