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  # 999076 4-Mar-2014 21:00
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Its not just only rapid, tired a few different ones same result.
Hope they resolve this matter quick.

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  # 999085 4-Mar-2014 21:16
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Hello All,

We are just trying to replicate this issue, can you let us know what Town/Suburb your located in? (hio77 we know where you are:)

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  # 999086 4-Mar-2014 21:18
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Oteha, Auckland.

I've tired retstarting the modem a few times.. i even went as far as rebooting the fibre converter.

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  # 999087 4-Mar-2014 21:18
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RalphFromSnap: Hello All,

We are just trying to replicate this issue, can you let us know what Town/Suburb your located in? (hio77 we know where you are:)

Thanks,
TheRalph



stalking me now!

actually im not complaining of issues here :) 


simply testing myself..


as ralph has said though, without proper examples, traces and such, they cant really look into it.




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  # 999090 4-Mar-2014 21:26
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Hi - Sorry this was actually meant for this thread! http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=90&topicid=141147&page_no=2

On this one, yes this more than likely out of our network and the issue is likely to be their end site/their carrier/ISP




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  # 999094 4-Mar-2014 21:28
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RalphFromSnap: Hi - Sorry this was actually meant for this thread! http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=90&topicid=141147&page_no=2

On this one, yes this more than likely out of our network and the issue is likely to be their end site/their carrier/ISP


gezz ralph! always in the wrong threads!




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  # 999182 4-Mar-2014 22:57
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Yeah rapidgator, putlocker etc are slow for me too. Must be their servers.

 
 
 
 


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  # 999185 4-Mar-2014 23:03
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woodpecker19: Yeah rapidgator, putlocker etc are slow for me too. Must be their servers.


etc?


your not giving any details... its hard to test for it if theres no details..




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  # 999210 5-Mar-2014 07:27
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What details do you need? I'll get them for ya after work

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  # 1000255 6-Mar-2014 16:31
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woodpecker19: What details do you need? I'll get them for ya after work


you never said what site you were getting slow speeds to.




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  # 1000303 6-Mar-2014 18:20
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I was using Rapidgator.net, Putlocker, megashares and a few others. But the other night I discovered its only slow when downloading a single file, if I get at around 10-12 going at the same time it will do all of them at 1.5MB/s. So all up 10-13MB/s

I couldn't find a setting in my download manager - J Downloader 2 to alter connection speed etc

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  # 1000305 6-Mar-2014 18:27
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woodpecker19 .... But the other night I discovered its only slow when downloading a single file, if I get at around 10-12 going at the same time it will do all of them at 1.5MB/s. ... I couldn't find a setting in my download manager - J Downloader 2 to alter connection speed etc

J Downloader - bottom right - Max. Con. and Max Dis. - set both to 8




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  # 1000316 6-Mar-2014 18:34
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woodpecker19: Right, I have a feeling it is the filehosting site I was using, just tried downloading a vid from youtube to see how fast it would go. Got to 11MB/s so def faster than I thought. Dunno, maybe the filehost is acting up?


For youtube go to http://redirector.c.youtube.com/report_mapping and make sure you're being pointed to the snap youtuve cache and not some other random ISP. If you are then check DNS settings on your PC's to make sure they aren't statically assigned to WxC





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  # 1000320 6-Mar-2014 18:44
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111.69.138.207 => snap-chc1 (111.69.128.0/18)
Looks bout right

J downloader settings were already set at max


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  # 1000322 6-Mar-2014 18:47
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woodpecker19: 111.69.XXX.XXX => snap-chc1 (111.69.128.0/18)
Looks bout right

J downloader settings were already set at max



Cool, just edit our your IP, no one needs to know that

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