On 19 Feb 2006, at 01:28, Bernhard Rohrer wrote:
>>> Dave O Connor wrote:
>> The general concensus is that if you want a little more reliability,
>> DSL is probably what you're after. IBB seems to either work
>> or be dog-slow 24/7. After that, you'll find that it's down to
>> personal experience, which varies greatly.
>> I never had performance issues with IBB, it just goes down on a
> Friday evening every few weekends and comes back up again Saturday
> morning. *shrug*
You are lucky so, mine just sucks most of the time. I have a 2Mbit
connection, which really is only 1Mbit (at best). The 1MB was really
If I check the IntarWeb sites (speedtests), it usually reports tons
of packet loss.
Now I'm off to make a burger to absorb the alcohol...
p.s.: Netsource are great, never had a problem - apart from paying
eirccom 25 quid a month line rental.
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