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Tweed[_3_] March 24th 20 10:55 PM
It is traditional hereabouts to moan about the state of UK broadband. I'm amazed at how well it is all holding up at the moment. My house is currently running a video stream from BritBox and a virtual pub session with my student son and his mates over FaceTime (it's called the Stay Inn). All day I've been running video calls to work colleagues and haven't really noticed any issues....
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Peter March 24th 20 10:45 PM
Andy Burns [email protected] wrote Peter wrote: I have the 3272. Cannot find the differences documented anywhere. does it say E3272h or E3272s "s" is stick mode where it behaves like a modem, though with care you
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[email protected] March 24th 20 05:52 PM
As we're all supposed to be working from home, etc, this afternoon, - my local council phones are down, no incoming calls accepted - Social Security Scotland phones are down, no incoming calls accepted I know the council is VoIP internally, presumably SS Scotland is too as I don't think anyone installs a major new PABX that isn't these days. Don't know if they're SIP trunks or ISDN...
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Peter March 24th 20 10:36 AM
Graham J [email protected] wrote Postman Pat wrote: The IP A.B.C.D should respond to pings from the internet (subject to the router being configured for this) irrespective of whether the /29 subnet is enabled. It does on FTTP. On 3G it does not so this is also interesting because on the face of it it suggests that this IP is not being routed. But that's a wrong
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Postman Pat March 23rd 20 05:11 PM
Postman Pat [email protected] wrote: We still can't (often) transfer calls... This may, just may, have been fixed. The Centrex value was set to 3 in one place and 1 in other places. That was an A&A config change, with the objective being that with a value of 1 one could call extensions with just 1 digit dialed, whereas with a value of 3 you have to enter say 003 to dial extension 3.
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Flyig u 22 + on desktop March 23rd 20 02:12 PM
Both my landline cordless handsets have decided to throw wobblies. After about 20 minutes into a conversation or waiting for some help operator to answer the handset goes dead. No sound, no sign of life on the display, just nothing. After investing I find that the charging voltage in both charging unit is good. Put the defunct handset back on the charging unit lets the display activate...
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Chris March 23rd 20 12:54 PM
Mostly people complain when things go wrong so I just wanted to say that I'm pleasantly surprised that, on the whole, our broadband infrastructure has coped well with a sudden upswing in demand during the day with everyone WFH. I've been doing a lot of video calls, remote desktopping to work, etc and it's been the end-point services suffering rather than the connections. A big thumbs-up...
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Richard Tobin March 21st 20 02:42 PM
You can see the effect of Coronavirus on the relative use of IPv4 and IPv6: https://www.google.com/intl/en/ipv6/statistics.html#tab=ipv6-adoption Zoom in using the slider to show the last few months. IPv6 is always a higher proportion at weekends and Christmas because mobile devices use it more than people's work computers. The last week shows the effect of people not going to work.
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Java Jive March 13th 20 11:24 AM
Apologies for the cross-posting, but this is a scam warning, and, despite the fact that it's being sent to people who are tech-savvy enough to use a ng reader, so is probably redundant, better safe than sorry ... "Coronavirus: How hackers are preying on fears of Covid-19 Security experts say a spike in email scams linked to coronavirus is the worst they have seen in years.
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