- May 11, 2016
My internet is down. Vumatel trenched, dbn
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Just need a MTR to the server, src IP and Destination IP - send me a PM and will check for you.
Hi @websquadza, would you be able to disclose your cross-connect capacity in CPT for AEX/Vumatel?
I am moving away from my current ISP and I am still interested in maintaining my 1Gbps package (Vumatel Trenched) and want to ensure I go with an ISP who has enough capacity during peak hours etc.
I know AEX's per 1Gbps transit fees are ludicrously expensive so most "smaller" ISPs would likely be overselling their capacity to the nth degree to try to turn a profit out of it.
Thanks in advanced
Must be a serious break, Octotel still down here.
Thanks. Yes, I don't really expect to have fibre internet until tomorrow. The last time there was a major break (due to vandalism) like this it was an overnight job.Sounds like a pretty bad break.
Latest update from Octotel at 13:26: Our Metro provider has completed dropping a new manhole to accommodate the new fibre cables being floated. Once the new fibre cables are installed the standby team will resplice up the infrastructure in order to restore connectivity. No Eta has been provided as yet.
Run directly over the router, no wifi or cable is needed, so there is nothing to get in the way of the speed that I should be getting. I use popular speed test servers: CISP, VOX, Afrihost, etc. The best speed I got was on mybroadband, with 340mbps.cabled or over wifi? which speedtest server are you using?
That's bizarre. Any QoS settings setup on the router?Run directly over the router, no wifi or cable is needed, so there is nothing to get in the way of the speed that I should be getting. I use popular speed test servers: CISP, VOX, Afrihost, etc. The best speed I got was on mybroadband, with 340mbps.