If it was consistently bad, I would have expected something like that, but
At 1am, or 9am, I can get most of the full 2mbit/s, yet by about 11am it's
starting to slow down, and by 4pm it's shocking. 8pm last night I was
getting 7.5kB/s and below.
Rest assured that I have been through all the usual modem/username/line
checks... the question was really more around if it was an actual
industry-wide problem, or a QSI specific one.
All evidence so far points to a QSI specific one.
on 26/04/06 20:43 Matt Camp said the following:
I am especially surprised since I have had some
people on ihug and xtra
dsl (in one case not far from here, probably on the same exchange) run
some tests, and they get 220kB/s, whereas I am currently getting...
7.5kB/s, and it's been that way for 3 days.
This may sound silly, but its worth a check.
A friend of mine was getting those speeds consistently. and it turns out
the username in his dsl modem reset it self to something weird.
It still connected him to his DSL but because the UN didn't authenticate
he was capped to 64k.
Might be worth a try :)
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