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 on: May 20, 2018, 11:22:37 PM 
Started by stevebrass - Last post by sevenlayermuddle
I guess we'll see what happens after the changes and see if the complaints level as dropped any.

People will always complian, no matter what.  The real question is, will the media consider whether he complaints are valid, and take the complaints seriously?

For Which?,  consumer complaints are their bread and butter, they are not impartial.   Broadband complaints are a big earner for Which? and Id not expect them to relax their grip on that market anytime soon, no matter what action ISPs may take.   Which? Will do what they will do, based solely on whatever will earn themselves the most money.


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 on: May 20, 2018, 11:05:11 PM 
Started by chenks - Last post by MrMike
Apologies, I didn't see that you updated your last post with more information. Are you still unable to get it working, or did you have success?

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 on: May 20, 2018, 10:22:05 PM 
Started by NewtronStar - Last post by NewtronStar
Just purchased a SSD 860 EVO 250GB to-day 72 did a clone of Win10 Pro HDD drive to SSD using free EaseUS todo that went very well until boot up time using SSD boot issue, have been using dual boot for so long the MBR (master boot record) needed fixed on the SSD by Win10 USB installation media and command prompt bootrec.exe /rebuildbcd done the trick.

The result is fabulous what a difference  ;D

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 on: May 20, 2018, 09:29:24 PM 
Started by Bowdon - Last post by sevenlayermuddle
Nice idea, the router can get the best of both worlds, mobile or land line broadband. :)

But I don't really see how it can work, unless the router has its own SIM for mobile access, which implies a subscription that would likely be cripplingly expensive compared to any stand alone broadband package. :-\

If you have an iPhone, you can already configure it to act as a WiFi hotspot for other devices, if landline broadband goes awol.  I am certain Android will have a similar feature.  These cost nothing extra, other than the metered data if usage should exceed allowance.    ;)

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 on: May 20, 2018, 08:35:13 PM 
Started by Bowdon - Last post by gt94sss2
Yes, slightly surprised at the muted reaction to 'BT Plus' - looks like a major move into converged comms for BT. I hope they price it properly instead of having higher headline prices with steep discounted offers/retention deals.

I note in the Telegraph's coverage it includes the fact that:

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Next year BT will introduce a new home router that combines broadband and mobile signals to provide what it claims will be a faster and more reliable connection.

Which sounds as if they are talking about femocells - something that was originally rumoured to be in the Smart Hub/HH6

 6 
 on: May 20, 2018, 06:45:08 PM 
Started by adslmax - Last post by Browni
It's a pretty good graphical representation of differences between VDSL2 on the left and G.fast on the right  :graduate:

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 on: May 20, 2018, 06:25:51 PM 
Started by Stevie1978 - Last post by burakkucat
Also, you might want to ask mods to remove Screenshot_2018-05-20-15-47-49.png since it exposes your landline number... since I imagine your login address is based on that.

Now removed.

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 on: May 20, 2018, 06:19:49 PM 
Started by adslmax - Last post by burakkucat
I changed the graph to logarithmic and got this!

http://browni.co.uk/images/fec.png

 :hmm:  Hmm . . . I am uncertain how to interpret that plot.  ???

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 on: May 20, 2018, 06:17:47 PM 
Started by Stevie1978 - Last post by spring
The 1478 MTU may be the optimum value for throughput. The idea is that there'll be no wasted space in a partly filled ATM cell for a full size packet, which outweighs the loss from the reduction in packet size.
it's a max mtu, he can set it lower on his pc.

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 on: May 20, 2018, 06:14:43 PM 
Started by Stevie1978 - Last post by ejs
The 1478 MTU may be the optimum value for throughput. The idea is that there'll be no wasted space in a partly filled ATM cell for a full size packet, which outweighs the loss from the reduction in packet size.

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