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Topic # 146814 29-May-2014 20:08
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Never seen anything like this before!

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  Reply # 1056208 29-May-2014 20:15
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  Reply # 1056216 29-May-2014 20:27
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  Reply # 1056221 29-May-2014 20:43
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And that's why we can't have nice things.




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  Reply # 1056223 29-May-2014 20:45
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GPRS speedtest

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  Reply # 1056227 29-May-2014 20:50
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What instance type, out of interest?




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  Reply # 1056228 29-May-2014 20:55
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Inphinity: What instance type, out of interest?

EC2.

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  Reply # 1056251 29-May-2014 22:14
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If you want to be really cool* you should put that in your Geekzone Signature



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Reply # 1056264 29-May-2014 22:22
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muppet: If you want to be really cool* you should put that in your Geekzone Signature

*actually, a screaming moron



Too late I just 'stole' the braggin rights (TM)




*edit* DOPE! took the guy next doors one!

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Reply # 1056266 29-May-2014 22:28
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WHEW!

got the (TM) on yours now too, CHEERS! :D



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  Reply # 1056267 29-May-2014 22:29
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haydenmarsh:
Inphinity: What instance type, out of interest?

EC2.


Yes, I realise it's in EC2, hence asking what instance type ;)






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  Reply # 1056268 29-May-2014 22:30
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I wish!







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  Reply # 1056292 29-May-2014 22:38
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Inphinity:
haydenmarsh:
Inphinity: What instance type, out of interest?

EC2.


Yes, I realise it's in EC2, hence asking what instance type ;)



Oh, haha. this?

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  Reply # 1056377 30-May-2014 09:48
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Ah, yeah, the 2xlarge and above have pretty high network throughput. Try 8xlarge ;)




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  Reply # 1056379 30-May-2014 09:54
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johnr: GPRS speedtest


Speed test after eliminating WiFi and getting a Master Filter.

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  Reply # 1056663 30-May-2014 17:30
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Inphinity: Ah, yeah, the 2xlarge and above have pretty high network throughput. Try 8xlarge ;)

you mean 10gbps? :D i might have to try that.

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