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  Reply # 1980070 19-Mar-2018 18:35
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hio77:

 

Now just to find a fix for all the other services hosted off edgecast....

 

 

If you really want to get crazy, do a Destination NAT on your router and rewrite the crappy server's IP with the good server's IP.

 

I don't like to get crazy.


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  Reply # 1980073 19-Mar-2018 18:37
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muppet:

 

hio77:

 

Now just to find a fix for all the other services hosted off edgecast....

 

 

If you really want to get crazy, do a Destination NAT on your router and rewrite the crappy server's IP with the good server's IP.

 

I don't like to get crazy.

 

 

agreed... i hope 2d don't take those details and just switch the dns/routing entry on their end.

 

that would really be the move of a muppet! ;)





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Are Twitter image downloads still slow on 2degrees?

 

If yes, can the DNS redirect workaround be applied to the Fritz!Box that 2degrees provides?


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  Reply # 2017257 17-May-2018 00:59
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ethanbmnz:

 

Are Twitter image downloads still slow on 2degrees?

 

If yes, can the DNS redirect workaround be applied to the Fritz!Box that 2degrees provides?

 

I don't think it is a problem anymore.





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