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  #731421 12-Dec-2012 14:45
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ptinson: Can you also post speed tests from http://speedtest.orcon.net.nz

Paul


on my 30mbit plan i now get

27.88 down
6.01 up


Great :-)

Remeber the 30mbit is a layer2 speed and the speedtest speed is at layer3.

So 27mbit is about max for a 30mbit UFB service.



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  #731506 12-Dec-2012 17:07
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peak times not looking too good though..


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  #731526 12-Dec-2012 17:46
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Did you restart your modem by chance?

Paul




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  #731535 12-Dec-2012 18:06
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ptinson: Did you restart your modem by chance?

Paul


No, haven't touched anything

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  #731540 12-Dec-2012 18:22
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OK Thanks.

Paul




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  #731541 12-Dec-2012 18:27
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Looks like your session was restarted for some reason.
Ill look into it more soon and see if there is a reported reason.
I have applied the test fix to your current connection.

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  #731573 12-Dec-2012 20:02
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I had chorus/downer around today for the first visit to run over fibre install for Monday everything went awesomely the guy from chorus was very knowledgable and helpful. The only thing is the company who is responsible for setting up the conduit cable for our area put the box for the boundary in the wrong place so chorus are having to dig it up and move it so the can do the install. But apart for that its all looking good I just hope the weather is fine for the day for the guys. And the speed issue with orcon has given me a little more faith I am not jumping into a bad thing.

 
 
 
 


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  #731599 12-Dec-2012 20:45
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ptinson: Looks like your session was restarted for some reason.
Ill look into it more soon and see if there is a reported reason.
I have applied the test fix to your current connection.

Paul


As of 8:35pm


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  #731615 12-Dec-2012 21:13
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can you please restart your modem for me?
Then test domestic and international.

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  #731636 12-Dec-2012 22:07
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ptinson: can you please restart your modem for me?
Then test domestic and international.

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Added test requests


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Domestic:



I'm not sure if these speeds are showing better as it's now 10pm, or because your change helped.

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  #731638 12-Dec-2012 22:09
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We are still in peak time so its not the time of day.

It looked like your circuit was dropping the config for some reason.
Let us know again tomorrow how its going.

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  #731671 12-Dec-2012 23:09
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  #731687 13-Dec-2012 00:14
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to NY moments ago:



Not bad..  I'll just make sure most of my main server backing up from the US is done around the peak times.

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  #731705 13-Dec-2012 00:42
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things really flying now at 12:40am  23mbit to dallas, 11 mbit to london, 20mbit to chicago, 22 mbit to Miami


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  #731791 13-Dec-2012 09:27
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And this morning 9:30am best speeds yet to Chicago where my biz servers are:



nice :)

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