Up & running on AAISP internet today. I’m currently using the suplied Technicolor TG582n router and I have native IPv6 as well as a static IPv4.
A&A Speed Test
My connection is using a TalkTalk back-haul and I’ve been able to set my own line profile via the control pages at AAISP. They had initially set it for a 12dB s/n ratio but I’ve dropped it to 6dB and it looks good so far.
I’ve also done a check over at ipv6-test.com, again, acceptable results.
Some more work configuring another router when the time permits, but for now a perfectly acceptable service from AAISP.
After over five years on O2 Broadband it’s time to move on. O2 sold the broadband service to Sky (not a company I wish to do business with) and there is also uncertainly about the static IP service.
Final week on O2BB
Speed Test Maidenhead
I changed the ADSL router from the O2 supplied Thomson TG585 to a Netgear DG834Gv3. Continue reading
I’ve had the O2 Broadband (ADSL2+ LLU) installed for a year now and during that time it has performed flawlessly apart from the previously documented reboots which are tolerable.
Some stats and a few theories.
Since I had my O2 broadband activated I’ve been carefully monitoring the bandwidth and S/N margins. S/N margins are definitely better during the day and then go down to around 6.5dB at night. Continue reading
Two running. 40 days to decide the winner. Here are speed tests:
O2 Broadband. 16 Meg service.
Virgin Media. 10 Meg service.
Speed tests are a bit variable on O2 but time will tell. Much better in the upload direction but pings take longer.