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Topic # 240252 29-Aug-2018 09:13
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UFB was transferred from BigPipe to 2degrees Giga plan this morning.

 

Speedtest to 2degrees 49.56/0.42Mbps with 3ms ping.

 

Stock FRITZ!Box 7490, IPv6 disabled, everything rebooted.

 

Log: Internet connection established successfully. IP address: 151.210.144.XX, DNS server: 202.37.101.1 and 202.37.101.2, gateway: 111.69.7.32, broadband PoP: SNAP-32

 

Does it take a while for the hamsters to get up to speed or should I log a ticket?


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  Reply # 2080625 29-Aug-2018 09:19
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I would wait a few more hours seen this before and are you testing over Ethernet?

 

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  Reply # 2080626 29-Aug-2018 09:24
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Linux:

 

I would wait a few more hours seen this before and are you testing over Ethernet?

 

John

 

 

What's a Ethernet? I'm trying to get a Internet.. tongue-out


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  Reply # 2080627 29-Aug-2018 09:30
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Are you doing the speed test over Wi-Fi or Ethernet?

 

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  Reply # 2080646 29-Aug-2018 09:33
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Linux:

 

Are you doing the speed test over Wi-Fi or Ethernet?

 

John

 

 

Eth of course, Cat6 to Win Server 2016.

 

Nothing else has changed in my setup since yesterday when it was all working dandy.

 

Got the txt at 08:00 saying it was all good to go.


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  Reply # 2080869 29-Aug-2018 16:06
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@NickMack can you add any value here?

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  Reply # 2080871 29-Aug-2018 16:10
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Given this has affected both BP and 2d, i would hazard a guess that it's on the chorus end that provisioning has gone wrong...





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  Reply # 2080876 29-Aug-2018 16:13
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hio77:

 

Given this has affected both BP and 2d, i would hazard a guess that it's on the chorus end that provisioning has gone wrong...

 

 

I blame @Liviy, I think he's found someway to break QoS and saturate the backhaul for his own gaming pleasure...

 

...multicasting Fortnite or whatever they play over every possible route yell


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  Reply # 2080957 29-Aug-2018 17:22
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Woah! What the...how am I being dragged into this??!? Nothing wrong with my connection...last test my product did earlier today I was getting something like +800mbs up & down on my 1000/500 😜

I will ask a question though...was your old connection 50/50 by any chance? I’ve seen connections get moved from one provider to the other when the pipe was supposed to be increased at the same time and they’ve just moved it and not changed the shape...if so it’s whoever the backend provider is. In the Waikato it’s Ultrafast which suits me as I’ve got a good relationship with one of the team leaders there who gets things done/fixed quick like a champ. Otherwise you have to go via your provider and they’ve got to raise a ticket with the backend provider and can take a while.

Oh and since you dragged me into this, you asked for this....but did no-one else notice the shamefully ironic answer @linux gave about how the system being tested was connected to the rest of the network...? The user, with the username ‘Linux’ replied “Win Server 2016”...Windows...really??? With the username “Linux”?!!?? I think you should have to give up your username just for that alone!!! 😜😜😜



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  Reply # 2080968 29-Aug-2018 17:58
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Liviy: 
I will ask a question though...was your old connection 50/50 by any chance? 

 

Previous connection was 100/20, now currently sitting at around 200/0.40. I added some info here.

 

I'll give it another day and see if Chorus sorts themselves out.

 

...In the Waikato it’s Ultrafast which suits me as I’ve got a good relationship with one of the team leaders there who gets things done/fixed quick like a champ.

 

Sounds like some sort of conspiracy between you guys, @NickMack and the rest of your gamer mates... tongue-out

 

Liviy: 
Oh and since you dragged me into this, you asked for this....but did no-one else notice the shamefully ironic answer @linux gave about how the system being tested was connected to the rest of the network...? The user, with the username ‘Linux’ replied “Win Server 2016”...Windows...really??? With the username “Linux”?!!?? I think you should have to give up your username just for that alone!!! 😜😜😜

 

That was actually me replying to @linux haha..


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  Reply # 2081001 29-Aug-2018 18:48
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Self burn! Oh yeah!!! Nice one Liviy you plonker! 🤣

Still getting used to this site...it looked like on my phone that the names were the other way around! Fortunately my tech skills are better than my forum reading skills!

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  Reply # 2081069 29-Aug-2018 19:45
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solutionz:

UFB was transferred from BigPipe to 2degrees Giga plan this morning.


Speedtest to 2degrees 49.56/0.42Mbps with 3ms ping.


Stock FRITZ!Box 7490, IPv6 disabled, everything rebooted.


Log: Internet connection established successfully. IP address: 151.210.144.XX, DNS server: 202.37.101.1 and 202.37.101.2, gateway: 111.69.7.32, broadband PoP: SNAP-32


Does it take a while for the hamsters to get up to speed or should I log a ticket?



Can take a little bit of time for the plan to be activated and then billing activated, there is automation that looks at that. If things aren't playing ball, please call Customer Vare on 0800 022 022.

Sorry about the delay, just landed in Sydney ;-)

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  Reply # 2081111 29-Aug-2018 21:27
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are your Data Throughput settings on the fritz, set to 999999 for both the downstream and upstream

 

(internet, account information, internet connection)

 

 

 

 


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dan:

are your Data Throughput settings on the fritz, set to 999999 for both the downstream and upstream


(internet, account information, internet connection)


 


 



https://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=85&topicid=239862



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Reply # 2081144 29-Aug-2018 23:13
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NickMack:
dan:

 

are your Data Throughput settings on the fritz, set to 999999 for both the downstream and upstream

 

(internet, account information, internet connection)

 



https://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=85&topicid=239862

 

Default "2degrees" WAN profile (on new stock 2D modem) didn't give me this option (greyed out).

 

I created a new profile based on this and this (annoying how ISP's don't provide *complete* config all in one place...) and max UL/DL limits.

 

No sure if coincidence or not with fresh reboot etc but now getting more or less what's expected - around 900/400!!! laughing (Have you guys logged off PSN now? tongue-out)

 

Cheers guys!


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  Reply # 2081149 30-Aug-2018 00:35
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I'm glad you got your connection sorted...that speed setting sounds very much like QoS or maybe UPNP...I hope it's not QoS as that needs nuked from being a standard setup on any router! Mind you I'm not a fan of the fritzbox in general, I found it too clunky, slow and insecure so it got demoted to voip only.  I don't have much time to play PS4 these days, too busy keeping the country running with tech miracles or creating custom setups or occasionally coding the miracle fix for the PSN...

 

@NickMack I did look at the 2D speedtest & nperf servers but the current versions of speedtest are generally buggy and nperf isn't very real os friendly (linux) :( So points for definitely trying but I'll stick to the compiled fixed version of speed test & linetest's server....goes ok for me but then maybe the speedtest server doesn't like my self made 2D plan...the Liviy 1125/850 plan as 940/500 was so last year ;)

 

 

Speedtest result 7590939821

 

Anyway...it's getting late and I have to finish stuff...

 

So I'm glad you're all sorted JP you random person adding me to this for no reason! lol


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