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  Reply # 1126342 11-Sep-2014 10:10
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I see my Dad has been tidying up cables again. foot-in-mouth

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  Reply # 1126360 11-Sep-2014 10:43
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If the armrest is the left armrest, which it appears to be, the chair/sofa is right in front of the wall where the modem is, so the chair is unusable?

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  Reply # 1126381 11-Sep-2014 11:02
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The installer left part of his thumb on the back of the chair.

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  Reply # 1126398 11-Sep-2014 11:11
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BigPipeNZ:

Anyone?  Bueller?  Anyone?



let me guess, that was your marketing dept :P

I have seen similar things done here *sigh*

:)

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  Reply # 1126861 11-Sep-2014 22:55
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It's an old router that would be slow if used on UFB. But it probably doesn't support VLAN tagging.





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  Reply # 1126865 11-Sep-2014 23:07
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If it is about the filter being reversed, How is that possible when it would be a BT jack and modems dont have BT jacks.

 

 

 

Also even if it was a filter with a normal RJ11 plug, Wouldnt it still work backwards?

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Yabanize: If it is about the filter being reversed, How is that possible when it would be a BT jack and modems dont have BT jacks.   Also even if it was a filter with a normal RJ11 plug, Wouldnt it still work backwards?


The filter being reversed means your upload and download speeds also get reversed.

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  Reply # 1127330 12-Sep-2014 16:33
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The router is engaged in a DNS amplification attack augmented by a strange, beige filter.

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  Reply # 1127333 12-Sep-2014 16:43
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Im sticking to mine, the chair is practically right up against the wall that the modem is on. I will make some room at home for the prize. 

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  Reply # 1127347 12-Sep-2014 17:11
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The DSL is connected to the phone and phone to the DSL port of the filter.

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  Reply # 1127646 13-Sep-2014 08:48
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Lorenceo: It's a speed filter. It helps make the internet go faster.


Can you paint the filter red and put speed holes in it to make it quicker also?

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  Reply # 1127800 13-Sep-2014 12:48
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Lorenceo: It's a speed filter. It helps make the internet go faster.


Can you paint the filter red and put speed holes in it to make it quicker also?


No, for that you need stripes, like on a late '60's Mustang guitar.

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