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Standard User cmn
(member) Thu 21-Jun-12 20:09:40
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80/20 not fast enough? try bonding


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Quite pleased with this result..

http://speedtest.net/result/2020483057.png
Standard User tuff
(learned) Thu 21-Jun-12 21:44:29
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I'm maxing out around the 140MB/s mark with my bonded connection.

~150 meters from the cab, using a Mikrotik RB751G-2HnD

Standard User zag164
(newbie) Thu 21-Jun-12 22:18:52
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Nice - your upload is faster than my download speed smile


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Standard User D_an_W
(committed) Fri 22-Jun-12 07:06:07
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My speeds took a jump (For the better) this morning 16 days after upgrading to 80/20 but nothing like that!

Standard User 5km
(knowledge is power) Fri 22-Jun-12 07:55:34
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I thought bonded FTTC was 200/60Mbps ... still falling short of the advertised speed there!

Still that is impressive.

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Standard User tuff
(learned) Fri 22-Jun-12 18:07:27
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In reply to a post by 5km:
I thought bonded FTTC was 200/60Mbps ... still falling short of the advertised speed there!

Still that is impressive.


on a 80/20 service and bonded with 2 lines is 160/40, it ain't rocket science

Standard User 5km
(knowledge is power) Fri 22-Jun-12 18:10:45
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Meh! I was just referring to the advertised speeds. Looking at this again that is for 3 lines bonded. Can't understand why that isn't advertised at 240/60Mbps.

http://www.fluidata.co.uk/connectivity/purefluid/

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Standard User Kr1s69
(knowledge is power) Fri 22-Jun-12 19:24:12
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I'd guess your guaranteeing yourself some crosstalk if 3 lines come all the way into the same property and are used simultaneously.

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Standard User cmn
(member) Fri 22-Jun-12 19:57:44
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I'm not with Fluidata so have no idea where they get 200/60 from but checking the webpage it says "up to" so is actually pretty meaningless and doesn't mention how many circuits are being combined.

My lines only sync at around 60/20 because of the cabinet distance and there's also an overhead to the multilink protocol, overall I'm quite pleased, the upload speed has made our offsite backup run a lot faster.

@tuff I'm also using a MikroTik router, the 450G, it has the 680mhz cpu which can be overclocked to 800mhz, current CPU stats are: Max: 59%; Average: 4%; Current: 1%

@kris My modems are unlocked and I've not noticed crosstalk effecting the sync speeds or SNR margin.
Standard User EvD
(learned) Sun 24-Jun-12 18:01:04
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I was going to try bonding with IDNet, bought that router but the configuration of it looked an absolute nightmare. Decided against it frown
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