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Ultimate Geek
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  # 964269 10-Jan-2014 08:45
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Well it would appear that the WxC router is of no use at all, even if I could configure the VLan on the Wan port. The ports only support up to 100Mbits.

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  # 964270 10-Jan-2014 08:47
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Bummer.

Thanks for posting back.





 
 
 
 


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  # 964273 10-Jan-2014 08:53
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So is the general opinion that the Fritz is the barrier between the end user and a 200/50 connection? Are there any on the trial not using Fritz that could share their experience and hardware choices?

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Master Geek
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  # 965110 11-Jan-2014 14:45
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I just gave up and swapped back to 100/50.

Paying extra to go from 100mbs to 5mbs >.>

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  # 965113 11-Jan-2014 14:52
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I'll be doing the same probably, but I'll give it a bit longer. Snap are on the case.





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Master Geek
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  # 965115 11-Jan-2014 14:57
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PoHq: I'll be doing the same probably, but I'll give it a bit longer. Snap are on the case.


How are sites working for you? It takes me about 3mins~ to refresh geekzone, I can't load any international site though, they all time out.

Whats even worse is snap tried charging me $50 to swap back to my original plan... not impressed.

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  # 965117 11-Jan-2014 15:01
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What international sites are you trying? I'll try them here.

Geekzone and all other browsing is lightning quick right now.

Has your drop down to 100/50 gone through? Or is it pending?





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Master Geek
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  # 965131 11-Jan-2014 15:10
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PoHq: What international sites are you trying? I'll try them here.

Geekzone and all other browsing is lightning quick right now.

Has your drop down to 100/50 gone through? Or is it pending?


Have to wait til mon/tues.

The tech swapped my profile to 100/50, hopefully that does something

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  # 965134 11-Jan-2014 15:17
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Well everything is great here, international browsing is very quick, Netflix currently streaming super HD, no issues aside from the dropouts when downloading.

I'll drop back to 100/50 if they can't resolve but I think they will get to the bottom of it.





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Master Geek
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  # 965157 11-Jan-2014 16:23
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Mines fine now except it keeps dying for 5 seconds every 10-15 minutes :/

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Master Geek
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  # 965159 11-Jan-2014 16:26
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11.01.14 16:19:59 Timeout during PPP negotiation.
11.01.14 16:19:59 Internet connection cleared.

I keep getting this every 10 or so minutes

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Ultimate Geek
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  # 965161 11-Jan-2014 16:31
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Are you downloading?





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Master Geek
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  # 965163 11-Jan-2014 16:35
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PoHq: Are you downloading?


Nah just gaming :/, someone else might be though.

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  # 965165 11-Jan-2014 16:38
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As far as I know the dropouts are when downloads are running ONLY. Everything else is good. My own logs show 24hrs plus with no dropouts as I haven't been downloading at that time.

As soon as a download starts the dropouts start with it.





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Master Geek
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  # 965167 11-Jan-2014 16:52
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Theres like 3 girls here, chances are one of them is downloading T_T

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