Bernhard Rohrer wrote:
>>> Well, hopefully 802.11g is a little less bad. I was planning to sign
>> up to Blueface anyway, and today's telephone bill jogged my mind,
>> I have tried blueface and I must say that like with skype I am not
> impressed with line quality - some calls just do not get through. Or
> at least not comprehensibly. What are other's experiences?
I got IBB 1MB Breeze in on Monday and ordered the router from Blueface
that day. Got my WRT54GP2 from Blueface yesterday. I tested it with a
cordless phone (of not the best quality) and I have to say the results
were very good. Worked out of the box with Blueface - I just had to plug
in the phone and config the wireless and broadband connection.
In fairness, quality would be very dependent on the connection. If you
see the other thread on ILUG (Routing box for combining Internet
connections from TreeFrog) he was complaining about IBBs contention
ratio. I'm in Limerick and I'd say that the contention is reasonably low
at the moment anyway - I seem to be getting the full Megabit most of the
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