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Topic # 94825 19-Dec-2011 21:27
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I'm trying to find out if anyone knows if traffic from one vodafone client to another would come off the monthly data caps?  I'm thinking of backing up some photos to my brothers place and so I'd know his exact IP address so we should be staying entirely in the VF network...

Any ideas...

We did try it with a 100MB file and it didn't seem to affect data caps but it's hard to tell when the data usage stats updates so slowly... 

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  Reply # 559771 19-Dec-2011 21:40
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Nope. AFAIK all DSL customers don't get free traffic between each other.. because of the way DSL here is setup, if you're on telecom wholesale, you still have to go through telecoms gear, etc.

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  Reply # 559779 19-Dec-2011 22:05
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Nope all traffic up / down comes off the data cap unless it's Sure Signal or isky traffic

Not sure what gave you the idea it could be 0 rated,

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 559781 19-Dec-2011 22:15
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We're both on the "RED" network which VF says is all their own gear so it's a logical thought to have....

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  Reply # 559782 19-Dec-2011 22:18
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TommySharp: We're both on the "RED" network which VF says is all their own gear so it's a logical thought to have....


The copper cable coming into your house connected to the modem is not owned by Vodafone,



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  Reply # 559797 19-Dec-2011 23:49
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I would think most traffic from a subscriber interface goes through an aggregation router into the backhaul so it's not a simple matter of traffic going into one interface on the first hop router off your router then being forwarded onto the other interface on the same router.

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