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Topic # 57284 8-Feb-2010 15:34

I have been with Xnet naked dsl for around 2.5 years and my usual average Line Rate - Downstream (Kbps)=8000.

Today wifey was having trouble accessing the internet and asked me to "Sort it out!".

So I did the usual checks and noticed my Line Rate - Downstream (Kbps)=17000  , thought
thats wierd and proceeded to reboot the router.

After the router had re-synced I went through router setup to check all was well and found
my Line Rate - Downstream (Kbps) now =18000ish. (HUH!!).

I did a line speedtest.net and can confirm that my line speed has indeed doubled..!??

I sure hope this is no anomaly and definitely dont want Xnet to "Fix" the issue, I stay in
Manurewa, Sth Ak.

Anyone experienced similar?

Cheers


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  Reply # 297082 8-Feb-2010 15:52
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You have probably been cabinetised :)






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  Reply # 297085 8-Feb-2010 15:59

Cool. Thanks for the info Coffeebaron. Unfortunately it probably wont help international speeds..
But I suppose its better than poke in the eye..Thanks again...

Cheers

 
 
 
 


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