That usually happens in PingPlotter when one starts a trace while the final destination hop is unreachable, so it only lists up to the last reachable hop and final destination shows 100%PLThis trace looks completely wrong. The second hop is still inside Vumatel's network and the next hop is MyBroadband ?
That didn't even make it into our network.
In this trace above it looks like traffic was dying after 184.108.40.206 - so yeah seems like the traffic didn't even make it to your network as you said.
Sorry yes, I didn't notice the speedtest result. Are you in Bedfordview ?Did you see my speedtest screenshot?
At this point, as you can imagine -- quite high.Also what is your turn around time on replying to clients on the support ticket side on cisp.co.za?
Did you see my speedtest screenshot?
I am based in Edenvale.Sorry yes, I didn't notice the speedtest result. Are you in Bedfordview ?
We have "Problems on the TT Connect network, affecting clients in the Bedfordview area. This is causing limited or no connectivity."
@PBCool - any update from Vumatel and issues on the aerial network? Connection keeps dropping/resetting (now at 15min uptime again ... has 2 hours before that). Really annoying and non-productive.I believe Vumatel is having some issues on the aerial network, will report back.
Keep us all on the speeds we currently have please. Had a chat with someone who was at an ISP meeting today and he was talking about how certain key pieces of internet infrastructure are already struggling under the spike in demand. Also cut video streaming services down in resolution if that's something you have to do to keep things stable.We will not be offering increased speeds on MFN as they want to charge us for the increase in NNI speeds. It's nice when you're your own ISP and FNO.
Yeah this sucks but i have applied anyway to have my line speed increased to 200Mbps what is the turn around time on this ?We will not be offering increased speeds on MFN as they want to charge us for the increase in NNI speeds. It's nice when you're your own ISP and FNO.