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Topic # 89648 6-Sep-2011 18:02
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Is anybody experiencing that Slingshot is throttling the VPN speed to 60k/s on all you can eat plan.

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  Reply # 517689 6-Sep-2011 18:10
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yea got a mate who is getting really bad speeds doing the same thing!

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  Reply # 517693 6-Sep-2011 18:15
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Because you're on the AYCE and people are using them to torrent/DL stuff over VPNs, so they've throttled them.

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  Reply # 517719 6-Sep-2011 19:43
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googling i found this test site which can test speed on all sorts of things
from email web etc

http://broadband.mpi-sws.org/transparency/bttest.php

and tell you if they are shaping data


let me know if works

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  Reply # 518325 7-Sep-2011 23:21
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Im not on AYCE, but my VPN is working 100% fullspeed both on and offpeak.

Slingshot 40GB plan, the old one 

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  Reply # 518329 7-Sep-2011 23:35
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perhaps all the free RWC wireless internet hotspots are sharing the AYCE bandwidth pool now too :)




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  Reply # 523257 19-Sep-2011 21:11
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No problems with VPN here...




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