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  Reply # 1660050 28-Oct-2016 21:07
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Yabanize: 

 

How about ethernet?

Any real world downloads? Steam? A linux torrent?

 

 

-> Around 920Mbps with ethernet

 

-> Usenet client maxing out at 16MB/s


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  Reply # 1660060 28-Oct-2016 21:25
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ping to US still around 150...was hoping for a little less.

 

International downloads no change from 100/10.

 

 


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1660068 28-Oct-2016 21:45
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Pumpedd:

 

ping to US still around 150...was hoping for a little less.

 

International downloads no change from 100/10.

 

 

 

 

end of the day the physics are still the same. it takes so long for bits to travel.





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  Reply # 1660071 28-Oct-2016 21:57
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Pumpedd:

ping to US still around 150...was hoping for a little less.


International downloads no change from 100/10.


 



ping won't change due to the distance

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  Reply # 1660111 29-Oct-2016 00:08
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If I'm going to buy yet another router since the archer c2 doesent work what exactly am I looking for specs wise for it to work with fiberx

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  Reply # 1660145 29-Oct-2016 01:10
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We've had no Internet for the past hour.

This is the least busy week I was supposed to have in months, and then this happens. :(

Wondering if it's an account issue or what. Anyone else that's waiting on gigabit having problems?






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  Reply # 1660148 29-Oct-2016 01:49
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It's been about two hours, and the connection is still down with no signs of lief. :( What gives?

 

Using my desktop off of mobile now, and also booted into Windows. Hopefully windows doesn't suck up all my mobile data. sigh






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  Reply # 1660170 29-Oct-2016 06:24
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Kodiack:

 

We've had no Internet for the past hour.

This is the least busy week I was supposed to have in months, and then this happens. :(

Wondering if it's an account issue or what. Anyone else that's waiting on gigabit having problems?

 

 

what does this have to do with gigabit cable? pretty far off topic


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  Reply # 1660171 29-Oct-2016 06:49
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Kodiack:

 

We've had no Internet for the past hour.

This is the least busy week I was supposed to have in months, and then this happens. :(

Wondering if it's an account issue or what. Anyone else that's waiting on gigabit having problems?

 

 

@Kodiack If the connection went offline on midnight or around this time then I suspect planned work, Generally any major planned work is done between midnight to 4am

 

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  Reply # 1660173 29-Oct-2016 06:54
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Mine also went off at midnight. Still off now. Have called up and apparently my account has been switched over already in preparation for the Monday install.
So I have no internet for the weekend.
Not impressed by that at all. That was never mentioned, and if it had been I'd have said that was completely unacceptable.
So now I can't do any of the things I needed to do online over the weekend.
Seriously disappointed by this.




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  Reply # 1660174 29-Oct-2016 07:12
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My switch over is Monday and I and still connected




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  Reply # 1660175 29-Oct-2016 07:16
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It appears I have been disconnected too, I wonder what's going on here?





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  Reply # 1660176 29-Oct-2016 07:17
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@geoffwnz restart everything this does not sound correct

 

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  Reply # 1660177 29-Oct-2016 07:23
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A massive stuff up is what's going on. And no ability to fix it because their "provisioning team doesn't work weekends". I pointed out they likely don't work at midnight either do it was obviously scheduled to switch, why couldn't they have done it on Sunday at 4am?

So I'm now without the ability to play most of my playstation games, unable to get YouTube on a reasonable size screen to make some pace notes for tomorrow's race, and have a wasted subscription to WRC+ meaning I won't be able to track Hayden Paddon over the weekend.
And all Vodafone can do is say "sorry".

Sorry doesn't fix the problem or prevent it happening again.




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  Reply # 1660178 29-Oct-2016 07:25
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@Linux first thing I do when it goes off. Restart everything from the wall to the devices.
Even the TV is out due to the same reprovisioning.




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