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  Reply # 885522 27-Aug-2013 20:25
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I wonder if Telecom users see the same?




On Telecom VDSL2, tested over wifi.  Download would be much faster if I am connected to the router via ethernet cable.

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  Reply # 885524 27-Aug-2013 20:29
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AKLWestie:

I wonder if Telecom users see the same?




On Telecom VDSL2, tested over wifi.  Download would be much faster if I am connected to the router via ethernet cable.


That's very good speed you got there, I just did another speedtest to Sydney, quite disappointing


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  Reply # 885527 27-Aug-2013 20:35
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Scotsman:

Sitting right now with speeds to Sydney of 2-4 Meg, earler today it was around 16-18.

I wonder if Telecom users see the same?

 


Not so much, no.









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  Reply # 885528 27-Aug-2013 20:35
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@Variable where are you in NZ/Auckland?

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  Reply # 885529 27-Aug-2013 20:36
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Scotsman: @Variable where are you in NZ/Auckland?


Yes, Auckland.

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  Reply # 885531 27-Aug-2013 20:40
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variable:
AKLWestie:

I wonder if Telecom users see the same?




On Telecom VDSL2, tested over wifi.  Download would be much faster if I am connected to the router via ethernet cable.


That's very good speed you got there, I just did another speedtest to Sydney, quite disappointing



So I gave another test on another city in Australia, pretty bad too.


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  Reply # 885533 27-Aug-2013 20:42
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I can beat that Upload Variable ....again during the day I get up to 18/20 Meg down.


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  Reply # 885536 27-Aug-2013 20:43
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Scotsman: I can beat that Upload Variable



How much are you paying for your dialup connection? LOL

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  Reply # 885538 27-Aug-2013 20:44
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variable: 

So I gave another test on another city in Australia, pretty bad too.





Edit: Scotsman, I assume thats ADSL, rather than VDSL/Fibre, given the upstream speed?




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  Reply # 885539 27-Aug-2013 20:45
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Inphinity:
variable: 

So I gave another test on another city in Australia, pretty bad too.





Edit: Scotsman, I assume thats ADSL, rather than VDSL/Fibre, given the upstream speed?


There's a German saying, you buy cheap, you buy twice.

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Reply # 885540 27-Aug-2013 20:46
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variable:
Scotsman: I can beat that Upload Variable



How much are you paying for your dialup connection? LOL


Too much.......trust me.......lol what freaking joke Orcon....and this line just went in about 3 weeks ago......

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  Reply # 885541 27-Aug-2013 20:46
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We are still working on the Australian part of the network. A Q mentioned we are only 75% through our upgrades.

Should be sorted within a week.


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  Reply # 885543 27-Aug-2013 20:48
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@Inphinity.

I have no idea tbh. I asked Orcon for a second Genius lite connection. Wether its VDSL or ADSL they didnt say. I doubt its VDSL given your comment re. the upload.

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  Reply # 885544 27-Aug-2013 20:50
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1mbit up is stardard for ADSL.

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  Reply # 885551 27-Aug-2013 20:56
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Download to LA is way faster than across Tazzy.

Now thats great work!


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