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Standard User AdrianPH
(member) Wed 21-Dec-16 17:12:18
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Re: Diaries of a Pulsator


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I thought UNO used TBB network also.


They use TTB, BTW and Vodafone depending on product.
Standard User AdrianPH
(member) Wed 21-Dec-16 17:17:39
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Re: Diaries of a Pulsator


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Their standard fibre package is BTW based and has monthly usage restrictions.

Their ADSL and Fibre Pro packages are TTB supplied and are unmetered.


Not quite right there ....... if you want to see the providers used check each product the "!" mark against each gives details of provider and package.

Quite what this has to do with my Pulse8 concerns is anybody's guess though! wink


Well yes you have been hijacked ))
Standard User jaydub
(experienced) Wed 21-Dec-16 18:16:37
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Re: Diaries of a Pulsator


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Their standard fibre package is BTW based and has monthly usage restrictions.

Their ADSL and Fibre Pro packages are TTB supplied and are unmetered.


Not quite right there ....... if you want to see the providers used check each product the "!" mark against each gives details of provider and package.

Hopefully this is an accurate rendition of the facts gained by pressing "!" against each of the products listed above, coz that's what I did before posting. wink


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Standard User AdrianPH
(member) Wed 21-Dec-16 19:19:28
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Re: Diaries of a Pulsator


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In reply to a post by AdrianPH:
Their standard fibre package is BTW based and has monthly usage restrictions.

Their ADSL and Fibre Pro packages are TTB supplied and are unmetered.


Not quite right there ....... if you want to see the providers used check each product the "!" mark against each gives details of provider and package.

Hopefully this is an accurate rendition of the facts gained by pressing "!" against each of the products listed above, coz that's what I did before posting. wink


Provided using the VDF LLU network, our Extreme packages are available a large number of exchanges enabling us to deliver ADSL2+ broadband.
Standard User 23Prince
(experienced) Wed 21-Dec-16 19:34:27
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Quite what this has to do with my Pulse8 concerns is anybody's guess though! wink


If you are getting problems over the TBB link then others might be as well.

Last time I checked, free country n all.
Standard User jaydub
(experienced) Fri 30-Dec-16 10:33:47
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Having tried the 76 Business connection and seen no improvement over the 76 Home connection, I have decided to try downgrading to the 38 Home product.

Still seeing similar variations in the single thread vs multi thread performance.

Non-flash version:

http://www.thinkbroadband.com/speedtest/results.html...

Flash version:

http://www.thinkbroadband.com/speedtest/results.html...

TestMy.Net single thread results averaging out about 35Mbps though, which doesn't align very well.

Just tried downloading files and TBB and Speedtest.tele2.net results similar to the TBB tests, but web4host.net and test.unet.nl similar to the TestMy.Net results.

Slightly confused about all this. Peering link performance issues?

Edited by jaydub (Fri 30-Dec-16 10:38:23)

Standard User AdrianPH
(member) Fri 30-Dec-16 11:43:44
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What OS and browser ?

I can't get TBB speed test to work properly in anything but IE11 and even then I have to use the alternative test.

11.30 today
Standard User jaydub
(experienced) Fri 30-Dec-16 12:17:14
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Standard User jaydub
(experienced) Fri 30-Dec-16 12:17:23
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What OS and browser ?

I can't get TBB speed test to work properly in anything but IE11 and even then I have to use the alternative test.

11.30 today

MacOS (Sierra) and Chrome.
Standard User AdrianPH
(member) Fri 30-Dec-16 15:53:25
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Try a different browser, the way Chrome handles data has a strange effect on speed tests.

At the end of the day no test is perfect you'll always have other traffic interfering with the results.

Just don't end up like my neighbour, he has become totally obsessed with his broadband connection. He has at least 14 different routers, several modems and boxes of cables and master sockets.

He spends all day running test, has software measuring every conceivable thing, it never stops it has become a sickness and what for ? He never actually " uses" the internet for anything.

He has run out of ISP's to change to and most don't want him back .

His partner has had enough and is moving out .......
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