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Standard User BatBoy
(sensei) Tue 27-Sep-16 09:40:50
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CG Nat


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Oh dear, I see Hyperoptic are going to move to CG Nat frown

See http://www.thinkbroadband.com/news/7518-hyperoptic-a...

Edited by BatBoy (Tue 27-Sep-16 10:40:34)

Standard User locutus
(experienced) Wed 28-Sep-16 10:34:10
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Re: CG Nat


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The lack of competition in places that have Hyperoptic may mean people can't move away easily without going back to very low speeds.

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Standard User BatBoy
(sensei) Wed 28-Sep-16 10:39:19
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Re: CG Nat


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So prices are rising by a fiver, essentially.


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Administrator MrSaffron
(staff) Wed 28-Sep-16 10:55:54
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Re: CG Nat


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Might be a side effect of the pressure on all-inclusive pricing, i.e. make the advertised product as bare bones as possible.

If it was CGNAT on the entry level 20 Mbps only, and 100 Mbps and Gig as now that would be preferable, or IPv6 appearing at the same time as CGNAT

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Standard User locutus
(experienced) Wed 28-Sep-16 11:05:39
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Re: CG Nat


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Hyperoptic started off by touting themselves as innovative and how they'd announce new products, and they don't seem to have done anything since launch.

A product between 100meg and 1gig would be great, but they seem limited by limiting speeds by using the NIC speed setting on their switch

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Standard User BatBoy
(sensei) Wed 28-Sep-16 11:15:46
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Re: CG Nat


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Maybe they've employed Brett from Be* to manage the network?
Standard User neilka
(member) Wed 28-Sep-16 12:38:50
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Re: CG Nat


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Has anyone managed to get a static IP set up yet? There's no option for it in the account settings. I contacted support yesterday but haven't had a reply.
Standard User Binary_Digit
(regular) Wed 28-Sep-16 16:22:51
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Re: CG Nat


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Here's hoping that it is included in the 1Gb package as standard.
Standard User blueacid
(experienced) Wed 28-Sep-16 19:01:23
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Re: CG Nat


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Their terms state they provide an Internet connection.. At what level does it cease to be considered one? With no ipv6 and no ability to forward ports it's looking a little bit of a poor show.

I wonder what this news will do to sales? Certainly I'm looking at whether FTTC is available here, I'm not using the 100mbit symmetric to the degree where I would notice the step down to an 80/20 product.. Last I checked, the cabinet was in place and awaiting fibre.
Standard User Ignitionnet
(knowledge is power) Wed 28-Sep-16 20:09:15
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Re: CG Nat


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In reply to a post by locutus:
A product between 100meg and 1gig would be great, but they seem limited by limiting speeds by using the NIC speed setting on their switch


So how do they sell a 20Mb product? Not familiar with 20Mb Ethernet.
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