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Standard User finewired
(newbie) Fri 13-Jul-12 06:57:46
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Re: Infinity Power Cycle


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What then would be the acceptable amount of drop-out per certain amount of time? For proper training, and to maintain good performance of the Infinity setup?
Standard User Andrue
(knowledge is power) Fri 13-Jul-12 07:35:24
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Re: Infinity Power Cycle


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In reply to a post by finewired:
What do you mean when you say that your connection 'noticeably improved'? How do you back this? And what stat is this based? Did you have any issues/problems prior to the 10th day which noticeable disappeared?... If you're talking about speed, well I am already running near 75/15 and if my speed will still improve, then I'm happy to leave these on whilst I'm away.
See my later post in this thread. TBBQM shows a drop in latency.

Whether it's worth leaving the router on while you're away is another matter. I always leave mine on but then I run a mail server. If I didn't then it'd be powered off overnight as well as while I'm on holiday. That's what I used to do many years ago. It was on a timer so that I didn't forget. It never caused me problems with BT's old DLM so probably won't with the new one.

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Andrue Cope
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Edited by Andrue (Fri 13-Jul-12 07:37:13)

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