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Standard User jaydub
(experienced) Sat 21-Jan-17 11:51:23
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Re: TalkTalk FTTC Speeds


[re: 23Prince] [link to this post]
 
In reply to a post by 23Prince:
Looking good! I hope it lasts for you too smile It does seem to just be P8 as this is mine
http://www.thinkbroadband.com/speedtest/results.html...

No change to yours then.

Keeping my fingers crossed it holds. Having seen the way that TTB were handling the fault raised by P8, I'm not impressed by the quality of TTB's response and I'm not sure how much leverage P* can really bring to bear on the TTB megalith.

I'll stay put as long as it holds, but may look around if peformance starts to drop again.

My before and after traceroutes from www.thinkbroadband.com changed from:

# Host Sent Recvd Best Avg Worst
1 thinkbroadband-gw2.core-rs2.thdo.ncuk.net 15 15 0ms 2ms 3ms
2 po4-31.bdr-rt3.thdo.ncuk.net 15 15 0ms 10ms 157ms
3 ge-11-0-0-scr010.the.as13285.net 15 15 0ms 2ms 14ms
4 host-78-144-14-7.as13285.net 15 15 0ms 2ms 16ms
5 host-78-144-9-16.as13285.net 15 15 5ms 6ms 6ms
6 host-78-151-229-213.as13285.net 15 15 5ms 6ms 16ms
7 host-62-24-255-6.as13285.net 15 15 5ms 6ms 6ms
8 host-78-149-210-32.as13285.net 15 15 10ms 10ms 11ms

to:

# Host Sent Recvd Best Avg Worst
1 thinkbroadband-gw2.core-rs2.thdo.ncuk.net 15 15 1ms 10ms 120ms
2 po4-31.bdr-rt3.thdo.ncuk.net 15 15 0ms 1ms 15ms
3 ge-11-0-0-scr010.the.as13285.net 15 15 0ms 3ms 36ms
4 host-78-144-14-1.as13285.net 15 15 0ms 6ms 51ms
5 host-78-144-9-20.as13285.net 15 15 5ms 7ms 25ms
6 host-78-151-229-213.as13285.net 15 15 6ms 7ms 11ms
7 81.1.113.12 15 15 7ms 8ms 14ms
8 xxx-xxx-xxx-xxx.dynamic.dsl.as9105.com 15 15 10ms 10ms 11ms

Intrigued to know whether your routing is similar or not.
Standard User 23Prince
(experienced) Sat 21-Jan-17 15:23:07
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Re: TalkTalk FTTC Speeds


[re: jaydub] [link to this post]
 
No, no change for mine. But to be honest that's the only time I notice it. I don't think I do anything single thread anyway - unless FTP is single thread using filezilla?

I don't see any performance problems in streaming, downloading or uploading.
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