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  # 955242 20-Dec-2013 07:52
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Thanks to snap the connection is now working as intended,

They also used my connection to fix issues others were having so hopefully some other peoples issues are all sorted as well


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  # 957091 24-Dec-2013 21:52
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skewt: Thanks to snap the connection is now working as intended,

They also used my connection to fix issues others were having so hopefully some other peoples issues are all sorted as well



Im also having the same issue, and having the same troubbles with getting it fixed. Do you know what they did to fix it? because they seem to have forgotten.

 
 
 
 




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  # 957094 24-Dec-2013 22:06
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chullybun:
skewt: Thanks to snap the connection is now working as intended,

They also used my connection to fix issues others were having so hopefully some other peoples issues are all sorted as well



Im also having the same issue, and having the same troubbles with getting it fixed. Do you know what they did to fix it? because they seem to have forgotten.


I was dealing with Ricky from snap so maybe he might know what was changed
I did notice the POP Iam now connecting to is called "jill"


I have also been having a few international speed issues but havent tested it thoroughly yet to see where the issue is - If I download the same file with 16 connections I can only achieve around 3Mb/sec, whereas before it was line speed of 12Mb/sec
If I have multiple files downloading with each one having 16 connections then I can max my line out, just takes more concurrent connections than it used to


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