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Topic # 151940 10-Sep-2014 17:28
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Anyone?  Bueller?  Anyone?





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  Reply # 1125955 10-Sep-2014 17:29
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this isnt the first time i have seen this done...

there is no words for it...




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  Reply # 1125957 10-Sep-2014 17:30
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hio77: there is no words for it...


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Keep calm, and carry on posting.

 

 

 

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  Reply # 1125961 10-Sep-2014 17:37
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Not knowing what the device is from that picture, I'll just complain about overly-bright LEDs.

:P

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  Reply # 1125967 10-Sep-2014 17:44
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Without seeing it from another angle it could be the new BigPipe Ethernet over Cat 2 rate limiter?

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  Reply # 1125972 10-Sep-2014 17:48
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I see a few things wrong in that picture (such as no wired lan), but am I right in assuming that the expected answer has nothing to do with the modem/router itself, but instead is something in the background?




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  Reply # 1125978 10-Sep-2014 18:05
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Filter is around the wrong way. Line end plugged into modem.

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  Reply # 1125979 10-Sep-2014 18:07
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You are all noob.

DSL light isnt showing and WiFi is solid, must have no data transfer over WiFi...

Gimme PS4.




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  Reply # 1125980 10-Sep-2014 18:09
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It's a reverse internet feed designed to suck the whole BigPipe.




Chorus has spent $1.4 billion on making their xDSL broadband network faster. If your still stuck on ADSL or VDSL, why not spend from $150 on a master filter install to make sure you are getting the most out of your connection?
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  Reply # 1125982 10-Sep-2014 18:11
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deadlyllama: Filter is around the wrong way. Line end plugged into modem.

MY filter is black and has green, orange and blue wires. Not some weird unrecognisable generic beige one... tongue-out
Oh, and it's in the roof. That makes it better, by about 42 points.

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  Reply # 1125983 10-Sep-2014 18:13
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There's an ADSL filter, should be a master filter!




Home ADSL:                                                             School: 
 


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  Reply # 1125985 10-Sep-2014 18:20
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Detruire: I see a few things wrong in that picture (such as no wired lan), but am I right in assuming that the expected answer has nothing to do with the modem/router itself, but instead is something in the background?

You're right, what you don't see is that this is actually BigPipe UFB. The filter thing is just a red herring, there is no DSL.




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  Reply # 1126026 10-Sep-2014 19:15
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It's a speed filter. It helps make the internet go faster.

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  Reply # 1126027 10-Sep-2014 19:19
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Lorenceo: It's a speed filter. It helps make the internet go faster.

Faster for the rest of us by reducing congestion :D

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  Reply # 1126039 10-Sep-2014 19:32
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Behodar:
Lorenceo: It's a speed filter. It helps make the internet go faster.

Faster for the rest of us by reducing congestion :D


I think Outram musnt have enough filters if your logic is correct?




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  Reply # 1126063 10-Sep-2014 20:01
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is this the Apple iWatch Plus?

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