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#29054 20-Dec-2008 23:09
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:o

Whats wrong I can watch Youtube perfectly on Xnet Torrent for a second night in a row

Keep it up guys

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  #185404 21-Dec-2008 00:43
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Are you watcing the high quality or HD ones, or just the pixelvision one that comes up by default if you are not logged in?




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  #185456 21-Dec-2008 11:06
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It's because the rest of the countries Xnet accounts were down till round 9.30-10am today :(




I have moved across the ditch.  Now residing in Melbourne as a VOIP/Video Technical Trainer/Engineer. 

 
 
 
 


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  #185630 22-Dec-2008 09:53
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Hi Everyone,

I do a lot of RPD into Australia. I have also noticed since some of the outages last week that the ping has dropped by 10-15ms to most of the systems I connect to. Looks to be the same number of hops to the devices I connect to as before.

Maybe its some fantastical upgrade? or and Xmas present ??

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  #185663 22-Dec-2008 12:07
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sampler: Maybe its some fantastical upgrade?

Yes it is, but we are not supposed to know any details so there is no point in asking.




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  #185667 22-Dec-2008 12:26
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Niel:
sampler: Maybe its some fantastical upgrade?

Yes it is, but we are not supposed to know any details so there is no point in asking.


hehe ok .. Well thanks to Xnet for [thingy, thingy and thingy] its improved my connection Laughing

I hope everyone had benefited along the lines that I have.


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