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# 38589 1-Aug-2009 00:03
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Is it possible to ask ISPs to change from interleaved ADSL2+ to Fast mode ADSL2+?

I've heard that fast mode may decrease the ping.

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  # 241125 1-Aug-2009 02:08
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yes, but it depends what ISP and what plan you're on. Most will allows, this but a handfull won't.

You'll have to check their website and call them too. Sometimes the two dont match up on your first call and you'll get a 'huh whats that' response.




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  # 241160 1-Aug-2009 10:15
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the 'huh whats that' is a very typical response and you guessed it right.

I did get the very same response, and they say they are going to call me back....

 
 
 
 


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  # 241167 1-Aug-2009 11:06
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Slingshot and Orcon allow turning interleaving off.




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  # 241170 1-Aug-2009 11:20
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do ihug/vodafone? any one know?
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  # 241189 1-Aug-2009 12:33
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Telecom does on all plans $49.95 and over.

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  # 241191 1-Aug-2009 12:41
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Thanks for the info guys.
I just got a call back from my isp, they say it is possible.
Which means lower latency in games for me.

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  # 241269 1-Aug-2009 18:55
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TelstraClear allows you to turn interleaving off too.

 
 
 
 


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  # 241310 1-Aug-2009 20:44
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Vodafone/ihug do not support interleaving off at this stage.




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