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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 72408 27-May-2007 18:50
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Well at this stage (7pm Sunday) it looks like I may owe ihug an apology.  Since getting the D-Link modem and the network configured to use my main machine to access the net about 1pm, it's run continuously without a hiccup.  Looks like I'm in the market for a new router.  BTW I'm now getting 4meg down so even that's picked up a bit.  Thanks for your help and encouragement.  I really was at wit's end and ready to do ihug an injury.

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Master Geek


  Reply # 73118 1-Jun-2007 10:33
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paradoxsm:
Vodafone are having serious internal issues I was told today, The company is literally rotting from the inside out.. though this could be all just speculation form an ex disgruntled employee.


Ha! I went for a job interview with them, the HR person had just been made redundant, and throughout the interview you could tell she was bitter as, they seem to treat staff like crap.




I like cats... they taste like Chicken

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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 74782 15-Jun-2007 11:44
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Got ADSL LINE FILTERS on all the phones??



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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 74786 15-Jun-2007 12:44
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Thanks for all the suggestions and help.  It in fact turned out to be a DSE router that wasn't up to the higher speed for whatever reason.  I went back to the D-Link I got when I signed up and it's woerked flawlessly since.  In fact it's worked so well that I exceeded my alotted bandwidth the past two months....

Thanks VERY much.

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