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Standard User ansam
(learned) Sun 27-Apr-14 14:25:04
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Help with graph


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Hello,

Only just started using the BQM and wondered what where your thoughts on the following graph so far?

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Administrator MrSaffron
(staff) Sun 27-Apr-14 20:17:52
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Re: Help with graph


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Guessing it is a fairly slow ADSL link and that you do a lot stuff. i.e. if the lots of yellow correspond to when you were using the connection then that is normal

On faster connections the effect of your own use are less as becomes harder to saturate the connection

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Standard User ansam
(learned) Sun 27-Apr-14 20:35:49
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Hello,

Yes it's a 10mbps ADSL line. Fibre getting installed on Wednesday.

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-Sam

Edited by ansam (Sun 27-Apr-14 20:43:42)


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Standard User ansam
(learned) Mon 28-Apr-14 17:15:37
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Hello,

Here is a more complete graph.

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Administrator MrSaffron
(staff) Tue 29-Apr-14 13:32:13
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Assumption is that you slept over night and started using the connection for what is probably web browsing around 6am and did a download or upload between 4:15pm and 5:45pm along with other browsing the rest of the day.

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