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  #1015632 30-Mar-2014 20:06
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TimA:
Set2k:
hio77:
Set2k:
hio77:
Set2k:
hio77:
Set2k:

DSL Noise Margin (0.1 dB) UP DOWN: 121 133
DSL Attenuation (0.1 dB) UP DOWN: 100 64
DSL Transmit Power (0.1 dB) UP DOWN: 185 121

Here you are


including your sync rate.



-----DSL Information-----
DSL Driver Version:A2pD035a.d23f
DSL VPI/VCI:0/100
DSL Status:Up
DSL Mode:ADSL_2plus
DSL UpStream Rate (Kbps):1053
DSL DownStream Rate (Kbps):15551




right, so your getting 15/1 sync rates.

your speedtest was clearly way off, your line was clearly congested when you did that speedtest.


Ok but what about the "NZGate aggregate networks" when I am telecom?



simply the name given to your ISP on the whois. i wouldnt care too much about it, it is still telecom.


http://bgp.he.net/AS4648

your still on telecom...


But who is nzgate aggreagate network?


Compass?
You might be able to tell us who you pay money to?


Telecom

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  #1015634 30-Mar-2014 20:08
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Telecom it is then. This wont be due to their network. Maybe your on a congested ADSL2+ exchange? Maybe its your network in the home, Are you using WiFi?

 
 
 
 




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  #1015636 30-Mar-2014 20:09
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TimA: Telecom it is then. This wont be due to their network. Maybe your on a congested ADSL2+ exchange? Maybe its your network in the home, Are you using WiFi?


Ethernet

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  #1015650 30-Mar-2014 20:21
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Set2k:
TimA: Telecom it is then. This wont be due to their network. Maybe your on a congested ADSL2+ exchange? Maybe its your network in the home, Are you using WiFi?


Ethernet


Can you PM me your address and ill see what is up. If its Chorus network. If it is Moving away from Telecom isnt going to help nor would VDSL even be available.



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  #1015657 30-Mar-2014 20:29
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TimA:
Set2k:
TimA: Telecom it is then. This wont be due to their network. Maybe your on a congested ADSL2+ exchange? Maybe its your network in the home, Are you using WiFi?


Ethernet


Can you PM me your address and ill see what is up. If its Chorus network. If it is Moving away from Telecom isnt going to help nor would VDSL even be available.


I have sent PM

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  #1015659 30-Mar-2014 20:33
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Not an issue with the Chorus network. You can get VDSL as far is it says. The reason why its slow now would be something inside your network. If its slow now it will be slow next. 



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  #1015662 30-Mar-2014 20:35
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TimA: Not an issue with the Chorus network. You can get VDSL as far is it says. The reason why its slow now would be something inside your network. If its slow now it will be slow next. 


Sometime it fast, somtime it slow. When it is on NZGate Aggregate networks my "static" ip changes and it goes very slow. After 3 hours - 2 days it changes my ip back to my normal one and speedtest say it is Telecom. And then my speed is about 13down 1 up (mbps)

 
 
 
 


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  #1015669 30-Mar-2014 20:50
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Maybe log a ticket with Telecom.

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  #1015671 30-Mar-2014 20:51
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Set2k:
TimA: Not an issue with the Chorus network. You can get VDSL as far is it says. The reason why its slow now would be something inside your network. If its slow now it will be slow next. 


Sometime it fast, somtime it slow. When it is on NZGate Aggregate networks my "static" ip changes and it goes very slow. After 3 hours - 2 days it changes my ip back to my normal one and speedtest say it is Telecom. And then my speed is about 13down 1 up (mbps)



are you sure your ip is actually static and not just sticky? pretty sure telecom use sticky ips.




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  #1015672 30-Mar-2014 20:52
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hio77:
Set2k:
TimA: Not an issue with the Chorus network. You can get VDSL as far is it says. The reason why its slow now would be something inside your network. If its slow now it will be slow next. 


Sometime it fast, somtime it slow. When it is on NZGate Aggregate networks my "static" ip changes and it goes very slow. After 3 hours - 2 days it changes my ip back to my normal one and speedtest say it is Telecom. And then my speed is about 13down 1 up (mbps)



are you sure your ip is actually static and not just sticky? pretty sure telecom use sticky ips.


They say it is static (I pay extra for it, but it not need for me) but when the IP changes the internet slows down.

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  #1015674 30-Mar-2014 20:57
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Set2k:
hio77:
Set2k:
TimA: Not an issue with the Chorus network. You can get VDSL as far is it says. The reason why its slow now would be something inside your network. If its slow now it will be slow next. 


Sometime it fast, somtime it slow. When it is on NZGate Aggregate networks my "static" ip changes and it goes very slow. After 3 hours - 2 days it changes my ip back to my normal one and speedtest say it is Telecom. And then my speed is about 13down 1 up (mbps)



are you sure your ip is actually static and not just sticky? pretty sure telecom use sticky ips.


They say it is static (I pay extra for it, but it not need for me) but when the IP changes the internet slows down.


if your paying for a static ip, it should be static.







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  #1015675 30-Mar-2014 20:59
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Doesnt sound like a static IP you got there son.



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  #1015676 30-Mar-2014 21:01
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TimA: Doesnt sound like a static IP you got there son.


It on my bill, and it only ever changes between 2 IP for Multiple years.

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  #1015680 30-Mar-2014 21:08
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Set2k:
TimA: Doesnt sound like a static IP you got there son.


It on my bill, and it only ever changes between 2 IP for Multiple years.


Might be time to consult your Telco?



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  #1057266 31-May-2014 22:21
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Anyway So Just in case anyone is consider orcon I have been with them couple months now - very happy with them.

Here some speedtests

to california at 10:20PM saturday

to wellington 10:20pm saturday


and we use about 6 TB a month now

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