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  # 978958 2-Feb-2014 17:05
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that would indicate it being upload saturation from devices on the wireless.

you said the lag is spontaneous? any chance its simply icloud syncing or something..




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  # 978983 2-Feb-2014 17:57
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I have AiCloud disabled, unless you're referring to smartphones syncing their accounts? but yeah it's 100% linked to the Wireless imo, haven't lagged once with it disabled...

Do you think my wireless settings are retarded? modem is faulty? something interfering?

Appreciate the help.

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  # 978989 2-Feb-2014 18:21
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no, its not your settings, its a device on your wireless uploading spontaneously.

yes, i mean icloud on smart phones, since thats the cloud application most people forget or dont notice it uploading away until it affects them.




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  # 978992 2-Feb-2014 18:25
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I will ban all smartphones for a week and limit the wireless to laptops only and see how that goes, cheers mate.

I have also emailed Telecom with all that information I posted above (the dsl log) and ask them to do another isolation test.

Fingers crossed, getting one step closer...

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