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  Reply # 1894403 2-Nov-2017 19:29
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Ipv89: Not sure I am getting fiber max.


Do you know what always connected is? If not search the main Vodafone NZ site

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I do now and nope they offered but I’m
Not with them for mobile.

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Ipv89: Chorus

 

 

 

Well over my experence level anyone from a chrous area who can answer that?






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Ipv89: I do now and nope they offered but I’m

Not with them for mobile.


Grab a $2 prepay SIM activate it then request always connected

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Good idea thanks for that.

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Make sure you activate the prepay number before requesting always connected to be added

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I have had fibrex 200 since it came out.... when I got it installed i had to make some changes to our Netgear Nighthawk R7000 router to get the maximum 200/20mbs. Now during a firmware update the speed has dropped back off. Can anyone help with what setting i need to change back to get it running at full speed again? I have looked back through previous forums and cant seem to find anything..... when i run the speedtest in the QOS finction of the router it is showing the maximum speed of 201/21 but something seems to be choking it after that... Anyhelp is very much appreciated :)

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carnie: I have had fibrex 200 since it came out.... when I got it installed i had to make some changes to our Netgear Nighthawk R7000 router to get the maximum 200/20mbs. Now during a firmware update the speed has dropped back off. Can anyone help with what setting i need to change back to get it running at full speed again? I have looked back through previous forums and cant seem to find anything..... when i run the speedtest in the QOS finction of the router it is showing the maximum speed of 201/21 but something seems to be choking it after that... Anyhelp is very much appreciated :)

 

Bit off topic from this thread might be best to start another thread and also advise if it's over Ethernet or Wi-Fi

 

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