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  Reply # 1081645 5-Jul-2014 22:29
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joker97: As in, does voda use a different wire from big pipe?


I thought you were pulling my chain.
Lol, No. I know the bigpipe line has got bad joins (wet pillar for 2 years).
Since i got 17a on the Vodafone one i dropped the bigpipe connection as no need to load balance.

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  Reply # 1081646 5-Jul-2014 22:30
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Wet pillar?



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  Reply # 1081647 5-Jul-2014 22:31
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joker97: Wet pillar?





 


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  Reply # 1082038 6-Jul-2014 20:03
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TimA:
joker97: Wet pillar?


You know you could call in as a member of the public and get a technician sent out to evaluate and repair the broken pillar.

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  Reply # 1082039 6-Jul-2014 20:04
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toejam316: 
You know you could call in as a member of the public and get a technician sent out to evaluate and repair the broken pillar.


but then he couldnt moan about it on here!




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  Reply # 1082046 6-Jul-2014 20:13
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toejam316:
TimA:
joker97: Wet pillar?


You know you could call in as a member of the public and get a technician sent out to evaluate and repair the broken pillar.


I fixed it myself.




 


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  Reply # 1082049 6-Jul-2014 20:16
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My VSDL for big pipe is on what was my slingshot connections adsl line. downstream is about the same as adsl2 was at 17ish, upstream is an amazing 3 and a bit megs. Snap on my other pair is giving 20.something down and 10 up.

Flatmates snap connection is about the same as mine.

Im going to replace the cable from demarc to my sockets with cat6 before I get bigpipe onto chorus about it. Im only gaming on the bigpipe connection sometimes as it cant use unotelly with the CG nat.




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  Reply # 1082054 6-Jul-2014 20:37
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Silly DLM gave me a 9dB profile..
I forced 12dB
Much better :)




 


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  Reply # 1082069 6-Jul-2014 21:10
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richms: My VSDL for big pipe is on what was my slingshot connections adsl line. downstream is about the same as adsl2 was at 17ish, upstream is an amazing 3 and a bit megs. Snap on my other pair is giving 20.something down and 10 up.

Flatmates snap connection is about the same as mine.

Im going to replace the cable from demarc to my sockets with cat6 before I get bigpipe onto chorus about it. Im only gaming on the bigpipe connection sometimes as it cant use unotelly with the CG nat.


You know if you ask they will switch you over to a public IP :p

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  Reply # 1082094 6-Jul-2014 21:48
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Yeah, but having a CG NAT IP makes me feel better with torrenting ;)

Ive just updated the firmware on the netcomm since the netcomm support people wanted me to do that before they would look into its wonky bridging, and im now synced at:

 

 

 

 

B0 Traffic Type:

 

PTM

 

 

 

B0 Line Rate - Upstream (Kbps):

 

3978

 

 

 

B0 Line Rate - Downstream (Kbps):

 

19320

 

 

 





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  Reply # 1086595 10-Jul-2014 18:52
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So,

Since last time. I plug in the HG659 cause my fritz is being a fritz. (the HG659 likes low SNR profiles)





 


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  Reply # 1087799 12-Jul-2014 16:35
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TimA: So,

Since last time. I plug in the HG659 cause my fritz is being a fritz. (the HG659 likes low SNR profiles)




you just surpassed my line.





You can also follow me on twitter here @kiwifortw I do twitch streams every now and then at twitch.tv/kiwiforthewin :)

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  Reply # 1087800 12-Jul-2014 16:45
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I plug in the HG659 cause my fritz is being a fritz.
 

What does a fritz being a fritz mean?







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  Reply # 1087821 12-Jul-2014 18:26
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solaybro:
I plug in the HG659 cause my fritz is being a fritz.
 

What does a fritz being a fritz mean?


Google is your friend.


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  Reply # 1087822 12-Jul-2014 18:32
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Yabanize:
solaybro:
I plug in the HG659 cause my fritz is being a fritz.
 

What does a fritz being a fritz mean?


Google is your friend.



I just bought a fritz off TimA, I hope it actually works properly then.







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