Anyways if you are going a head with the cancellation would really love to test it out for the weekend and pay half of the fee if you are keen. Let me know. I'm probably going to give the signup a go Friday or so will see.
They still selectively peer with what looks like large transit providers like Liquid Telecom and Internet Solutions. ISPs that use these transit providers should still peer locally with Seacom. It's an extra expense for ISPs but most already have that in place.
Example of Afrihost. Before the...
This answer sounds like it was copied from a FAQ page.... Typical
Q. Why is the stream buffering?
A. When your internet service provider experience congestion or high latency the stream quality will drop.
Wow this is like Eskom exporting our electricity to other countries and loadshedding South Africa. The people in South Africa are dying because of air pollution in South Africa so someone in Namibia,Zimbabwe or Botswana can make a cup of tea.
Really don't know hey. I'm not sure if you get a nat ip in the router. If you do then there is no work around sadly but I don't know.
Maybe just go for a very low cap first to test it out. You are probably going to have to set something like dyndns or no-ip in the router. I did read in this...
This might actually be a deal breaker for me especially after I saw the 168ms to Amsterdam with a VPN. I also really like the direct China route Afrihost has. I won't want to change but uhm yeah playing games over a VPN is not ideal unless it's like WTFast but yeah it's and extra expense.