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# 22247 21-May-2008 20:44
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Finally things are back to normal, I no longer have to change .rar to .rar.html at the end of the rapidshare links to get them to download without timing out. Using FlashGot + FlashGet. Something was definately going on as I didnt make any configuration changes when this problem started.

I spoke to Orcon support and they were certain they were not limiting access. Anyone else have this problem?

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  # 132600 22-May-2008 19:07
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yup seems like orcon finally fixed the problem.

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  # 133334 26-May-2008 16:57
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what speeds do you guys get when downloading from rapidshare? sometimes it's great (400k+ in total over 4 or 5 downloads) but other times not so much...

 
 
 
 


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  # 133342 26-May-2008 17:50
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i usually get 500. but never under 400.

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  # 133367 26-May-2008 19:48

I downloaded something before and was getting 1600 KB/s

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  # 133390 26-May-2008 20:19
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Seriously!? What ISP are you guys with?

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  # 133394 26-May-2008 20:23
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Im with Orcon and in the morning I can get 600KB/s but on peak times (now) I get 200-400KB/s

I envy you CraigC, getting 1600 KB/s !!!!

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  # 133398 26-May-2008 20:30

Im with orcon. FS up/down running ADSL2+.

Most major exchanges have been upgraded so its just a case of having a adsl2 modem and setting it up correctly.

 
 
 
 




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  # 133446 26-May-2008 22:38
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Im on Orcon here I get 450KB/s. How do you know when you exchange has been upgraded to ADSL2+. I am on the Hobsonville Exchange: http://hwiki.digitalsouth.net.nz/broadband/exchange_locations

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  # 133453 26-May-2008 22:48

Slightly out of date but i used this. If you already have a adsl2+ modem just change the mode and see if it connects.

http://www.telecom.co.nz/binarys/adsl2_roll_out_schedule_2007-10-04.pdf

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