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  Reply # 1427055 12-Nov-2015 17:06
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Ah i see the need for the two lines then! here i was thinking they were just toys!

sounds like quite an interesting setup you have there.




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  Reply # 1427343 13-Nov-2015 08:28
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mercutio: i'd be interested once interleaving is off to see how low ping goes with that kind of sync.  

Interleaving was turned off overnight, from my router it's back down to 4ms to my Provider and 5ms to their APE peer.

My upload sync rates changed slightly from 34.8 & 35.9 to 30.7 & 34.9 but that still gives me a combined ~60MBit upload rate which is plenty for my purposes.

 
 
 
 


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How amazing is it, that we can get 87/36Mbps for $69 unlimited in NZ! People who complain about the speeds of our internet, really just understand the reality! 

Of course I do know that there are lots of areas that don't have this speed, but large parts of NZ have access to cost effective and fast internet.



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