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Standard User RobertoS
(sensei) Mon 28-Feb-11 22:47:55
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First month end. Chuckle


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Having come from O2, where everyone was "unlimited", I'm quite amused on idly looking at my BQM to see the lost packets rising steadily from 8pm, and latency spiking in the last 10 minutes.

Can't compare with my pre-O2 Prodigynet and Newnet as BQM wasn't around.

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Standard User jchamier
(knowledge is power) Mon 28-Feb-11 23:02:16
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Re: First month end. Chuckle


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Having come from O2, where everyone was "unlimited", I'm quite amused on idly looking at my BQM to see the lost packets rising steadily from 8pm, and latency spiking in the last 10 minutes.


The next question will be is this IDNet or is it a WBC effect? Probably impossible to answer smile

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Standard User broadbandjockey
(member) Tue 01-Mar-11 15:30:09
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Re: First month end. Chuckle


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In reply to a post by RobertoS:
Having come from O2, where everyone was "unlimited", I'm quite amused on idly looking at my BQM to see the lost packets rising steadily from 8pm, and latency spiking in the last 10 minutes.


The next question will be is this IDNet or is it a WBC effect? Probably impossible to answer smile


I had this afternoon on my IDNet FTTC connection a sudden burst of lost packets. I also monitor a Zen ADSL connection on the same exchange. That shows a very similar burst at exactly the same too, so obviously in that case it's a BTW issue.


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