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Topic # 110011 1-Oct-2012 15:10
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My location, Christchurch,Snap server


SYDNEY


Hongkong China


Chengdu China


Nanjing China


LA,US


London,UK


Domestic is awesome, international is still very limited.

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  Reply # 694278 1-Oct-2012 15:25
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It would help if you posted what router you're using... I'm in Wellington, using a Cisco SRP 521W:

Christchurch:


Auckland:


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  Reply # 694280 1-Oct-2012 15:26
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the limitation on international speed has nothing (well, almost nothing) to do with whether you are on ADSL2+, VDSL, cable or UFB, so expecting it to be any different is settinmg yourself up to be dissapointed

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 694288 1-Oct-2012 15:30
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I am using this one which bought 1 year ago.
http://www.computerlounge.co.nz/components/componentview.asp?partid=13401
only $199 at the moment.

There are newer versions now with slightly higher price.

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  Reply # 694397 1-Oct-2012 17:33
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NonprayingMantis: the limitation on international speed has nothing (well, almost nothing) to do with whether you are on ADSL2+, VDSL, cable or UFB, so expecting it to be any different is settinmg yourself up to be dissapointed


Yes max throughput on a single tcp/ip connection is heavily affected by latency.

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