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# 29064 21-Dec-2008 18:21
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Hey, i am on Telstra PDQ FS/FS connection but have been getting a very slow connection.

Before i switched to Telstra i was connected to Xtra Broadband FS/FS where is was getting 700-800kb/s Upload and 7-8mb/s download

Now that i am on Telstra i have been getting the same upload speeds but Slow as hell download speeds. less than 1.5mb/s to Auckland Servers.

I am actually very unhappy about my new connection as i cannot even play online games as i get 160+ Ping. On Xtra i was getting 20-40 Ping. I have contacted them to turn interleaving off and it has made no differance.

Is TC PDQ slow like this for anyone else?








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  # 185527 21-Dec-2008 19:46
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Its extremely quick for me..  800+kps downloads..  Thats pretty much any time although I normally use it during the day..



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  # 185673 22-Dec-2008 13:03
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Hmm strange?

 
 
 
 


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  # 185723 22-Dec-2008 18:34
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askelon: Its extremely quick for me..  800+kps downloads..  Thats pretty much any time although I normally use it during the day..

Same here. Constant 500kb/s plus for all downloads, though i use a download manager to put it to 1.1MB/s

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  # 185757 23-Dec-2008 00:46
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May sound stupid and annoying but your best option is probably to call the helpdesk!!! Tongue out

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  # 186589 29-Dec-2008 21:29
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Depends if the slowness is related to throughput or connect rate.
I suggest you have a read of this guide. It should give you an idea how to proceed hopefully.




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