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  # 1348035 20-Jul-2015 20:57
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I've got a Fritzbox 7340 which doesnt support 802.11ac so I'd need to avail of your supplied router to make the change worthwhile...

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  # 1348058 20-Jul-2015 21:44
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A bit off topic here but on this page http://fullflavour.nz/ultra-fast-broadband/ you say The Unbreakable Jimmy Smit but its actually Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt.

 
 
 
 


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  # 1348060 20-Jul-2015 22:06
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benokobi: A bit off topic here but on this page http://fullflavour.nz/ultra-fast-broadband/ you say The Unbreakable Jimmy Smit but its actually Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt.


How do you have 17 friends on here and only have two...

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  # 1348075 20-Jul-2015 23:02
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JEDENZED:
benokobi: A bit off topic here but on this page http://fullflavour.nz/ultra-fast-broadband/ you say The Unbreakable Jimmy Smit but its actually Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt.


How do you have 17 friends on here and only have two...


What?

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  # 1348103 20-Jul-2015 23:58
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mercutio:
joker97:
eXDee:
Cbfd: When will offer something with higher upload



1000/20 is the limitation of UFF. The only thing these guys could offer with greater upload is 200/200.


Whoa! Go ufb! Anyway if i were the poster I'd take the 200/200 over the 1000/20!

Even dOing the math, Tenn times better up vs give times worser down. But once you saturate your up your down grinds to a halt so the overall effect is even stronger. All things being equal ...


they don't offer 200 up.  it's 100/20 or 1000/20. (or some more expensive 100/100)

200/100 is probably the sweet spot, but most people probably wouldn't notice the difference between 1000/20 and 200/100 most of the time.

it's actually pretty easy to fix the upload speed slowing download speeds problem.  just setup a linux router and do a 20 megabit queue on upload with sfq or fq_codel.  with gigabit speeds to max it out nicely you probably want a pc router anyway.




The Ubiquity Edge Router supports fq_codel. Ill have to check but I think it is even supported in the web interface.





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  # 1348216 21-Jul-2015 10:16
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myfullflavour:
Huawei HG659b and Innbox V51 V2 AC. We provision via DHCP and the VoIP is provided on the router.


Do you support customers supplying their own router?  I don't want to give up my Mikrotik -- that's why I ended up leaving Orcon and am currently with an ISP who does DHCP and voice on the ONT.



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  # 1348295 21-Jul-2015 11:47
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benokobi: A bit off topic here but on this page http://fullflavour.nz/ultra-fast-broadband/ you say The Unbreakable Jimmy Smit but its actually Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt.


Give the man a chocolate fish. Fixed the typo, thanks :)

JEDENZED: How do you have 17 friends on here and only have two...


I'm not sure what you mean.

deadlyllama: Do you support customers supplying their own router?  I don't want to give up my Mikrotik -- that's why I ended up leaving Orcon and am currently with an ISP who does DHCP and voice on the ONT.


Some of our existing 1Gbps customers who "BYO" use Grandstream HT701 ATAs. Happy to sell you one - they're $70.

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