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  Reply # 1657134 24-Oct-2016 22:51
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morat: Nope. Bridge only. It will be supplied with an HG659.
The modem is going to be configred to behave like a UFB ONT inasmuch as it'll be emitting tagged frames (in vlan 10), rather than untagged frames, as previous cable modems have done.
Will it also be using 802.1p for quality of service (QOS)? I want to use my existing pfsence router. VLAN is stright-forward, not so sure about QOS.
Thanks for your advice!

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  Reply # 1657829 26-Oct-2016 06:47
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SteveC:
morat: Nope. Bridge only. It will be supplied with an HG659.
The modem is going to be configred to behave like a UFB ONT inasmuch as it'll be emitting tagged frames (in vlan 10), rather than untagged frames, as previous cable modems have done.
Will it also be using 802.1p for quality of service (QOS)? I want to use my existing pfsence router. VLAN is stright-forward, not so sure about QOS.

 

Quality of Service (from the specs PDF):

 

  • „„ Traffic type prioritization DOCSIS 1.0, 1.1 compliant
  • „„ IEEE 802.1Q classification
  • „„ Queuing, policing, shaping

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1657837 26-Oct-2016 07:15
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So it was meant to be available today but their website still shows 100mbps as the fastest speed.


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  Reply # 1657844 26-Oct-2016 07:33
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Ipv89:

 

So it was meant to be available today but their website still shows 100mbps as the fastest speed.

 

 

 

 

I'd imagine they will liven it up on the website in time with some launch party at HQ.

 

 





 


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  Reply # 1657867 26-Oct-2016 08:49
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this may be a silly question - but do you lose the Vodafone TV if you sign up to this deal?

From the 'bundle builder' you can only select vodafone sky tv now, not just the standard cable


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  Reply # 1657907 26-Oct-2016 09:07
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Ipv89:

So it was meant to be available today but their website still shows 100mbps as the fastest speed.



Wait for website to be updated

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  Reply # 1657998 26-Oct-2016 10:19
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I am waiting for it to be updated.... I need gigabit. Well I don't need it but I want it. 


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  Reply # 1658013 26-Oct-2016 10:30
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I would be quite surprised if the website was updated today. Rarely do VF do what they say they are going to do.

 

But I may be wrong..


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  Reply # 1658027 26-Oct-2016 10:45
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morat:
Pumpedd:

 

Is it a router as well?

 

As always I will wait for the details...with VF the devil is always in the details!!

 



Nope. Bridge only. It will be supplied with an HG659.

The modem is going to be configred to behave like a UFB ONT inasmuch as it'll be emitting tagged frames (in vlan 10), rather than untagged frames, as previous cable modems have done.

 

WTF?

 

I use the Cisco modem connected to my own kit (apple) now and it works just fine. Now Voda going to put an HG in the way?? an extra box that serves no purpose or benefit to me?

 

 

 

 





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  Reply # 1658035 26-Oct-2016 11:11
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Are we there yet?


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  Reply # 1658046 26-Oct-2016 11:35
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@yumcimil I see a change has just happened on the broadband page!

 

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  Reply # 1658047 26-Oct-2016 11:37
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I still can't see anything over 10mbps

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  Reply # 1658050 26-Oct-2016 11:39
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Available on the website and for me it goes as high as 700-900Mbps, but can't be done until midday. Official launch time.

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  Reply # 1658051 26-Oct-2016 11:40
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Ipv89: I still can't see anything over 10mbps

 

I can see the change from 50Mbp/s to 200Mbp/s for a start, Clear your cache!

 

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  Reply # 1658055 26-Oct-2016 11:41
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Linux:

 

Ipv89: I still can't see anything over 10mbps

 

I can see the change from 50Mbp/s to 200Mbp/s for a start, Clear your cache!

 

Linus

 

 

And there's a + button on the side of the speed box which gives the option of "700-900Mbps".

 

Provided your address qualifies.





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