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Old February 19th 07, 06:49 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
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absolutely bloody terrible speeds. but dont post on their forum about it. you get banned, and posts about
bad service get deleted. avoid these cowboys.


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Old February 19th 07, 06:53 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
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Tracing route to jolt.co.uk [82.133.85.65]
over a maximum of 30 hops:

1 1 ms 1 ms 1 ms 192.168.0.1
2 169 ms 180 ms 190 ms namescohg0.ilford.broadband.bt.net [217.47.151.65]
3 186 ms 179 ms 165 ms thn1-gi0-3-3.namesco.net [195.7.254.2]
4 180 ms 174 ms 185 ms ndo-gw1.cust.ptn.plus.net [212.159.2.9]
5 151 ms 181 ms 175 ms vl23.thn-gw1.plus.net [212.159.4.19]
6 210 ms 183 ms 224 ms g2-2-501.cr01.hx2.bb.pipex.net [193.203.5.14]
7 230 ms 183 ms 188 ms v3953.cr05.tn5.bb.pipex.net [62.72.137.29]
8 164 ms 177 ms 170 ms g1-1-6.ar01.tn5.bb.pipex.net [62.72.140.142]
9 183 ms 168 ms 149 ms ge-0-0-0-3801.jolt-gw.cust.pipex.net [212.241.241.14]
10 183 ms * 185 ms secure.jolt.co.uk [82.133.85.65]

speedtest via dslzoneuk.net. so slow i actually thought it timed out. but after a few minutes here's the result:
139.4 Kbps
which is around 17.43 KB/s

I get 40kb/s on my mobile's gprs via UMTS. Guess what ill be using from now on.




"nick" wrote in message ...
absolutely bloody terrible speeds. but dont post on their forum about it. you get banned, and posts about
bad service get deleted. avoid these cowboys.




  #3  
Old February 20th 07, 11:01 AM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
Steve Pearce
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On Mon, 19 Feb 2007 18:53:13 -0000, "nick" wrote:

Tracing route to jolt.co.uk [82.133.85.65]
over a maximum of 30 hops:

1 1 ms 1 ms 1 ms 192.168.0.1
2 169 ms 180 ms 190 ms namescohg0.ilford.broadband.bt.net [217.47.151.65]
3 186 ms 179 ms 165 ms thn1-gi0-3-3.namesco.net [195.7.254.2]
4 180 ms 174 ms 185 ms ndo-gw1.cust.ptn.plus.net [212.159.2.9]
5 151 ms 181 ms 175 ms vl23.thn-gw1.plus.net [212.159.4.19]
6 210 ms 183 ms 224 ms g2-2-501.cr01.hx2.bb.pipex.net [193.203.5.14]
7 230 ms 183 ms 188 ms v3953.cr05.tn5.bb.pipex.net [62.72.137.29]
8 164 ms 177 ms 170 ms g1-1-6.ar01.tn5.bb.pipex.net [62.72.140.142]
9 183 ms 168 ms 149 ms ge-0-0-0-3801.jolt-gw.cust.pipex.net [212.241.241.14]
10 183 ms * 185 ms secure.jolt.co.uk [82.133.85.65]

speedtest via dslzoneuk.net. so slow i actually thought it timed out. but after a few minutes here's the result:
139.4 Kbps
which is around 17.43 KB/s

I get 40kb/s on my mobile's gprs via UMTS. Guess what ill be using from now on.


Exactly the same here, they reckon things will improve when the new
pipe comes on stream in the next couple of days...I'm not convinced.

It strange how this ISP has changed from being one of highest rated to
one of the worst in the space of a couple of months.
  #4  
Old February 20th 07, 12:29 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
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"Steve Pearce" * wrote in message
...
On Mon, 19 Feb 2007 18:53:13 -0000, "nick" wrote:

Tracing route to jolt.co.uk [82.133.85.65]
over a maximum of 30 hops:

1 1 ms 1 ms 1 ms 192.168.0.1
2 169 ms 180 ms 190 ms namescohg0.ilford.broadband.bt.net [217.47.151.65]
3 186 ms 179 ms 165 ms thn1-gi0-3-3.namesco.net [195.7.254.2]
4 180 ms 174 ms 185 ms ndo-gw1.cust.ptn.plus.net [212.159.2.9]
5 151 ms 181 ms 175 ms vl23.thn-gw1.plus.net [212.159.4.19]
6 210 ms 183 ms 224 ms g2-2-501.cr01.hx2.bb.pipex.net [193.203.5.14]
7 230 ms 183 ms 188 ms v3953.cr05.tn5.bb.pipex.net [62.72.137.29]
8 164 ms 177 ms 170 ms g1-1-6.ar01.tn5.bb.pipex.net [62.72.140.142]
9 183 ms 168 ms 149 ms ge-0-0-0-3801.jolt-gw.cust.pipex.net [212.241.241.14]
10 183 ms * 185 ms secure.jolt.co.uk [82.133.85.65]

speedtest via dslzoneuk.net. so slow i actually thought it timed out. but after a few
minutes here's the result:
139.4 Kbps
which is around 17.43 KB/s

I get 40kb/s on my mobile's gprs via UMTS. Guess what ill be using from now on.


Exactly the same here, they reckon things will improve when the new
pipe comes on stream in the next couple of days...I'm not convinced.

It strange how this ISP has changed from being one of highest rated to
one of the worst in the space of a couple of months.


What should be a user concern now is what Namsco intend to do once
said new pipes are onstream
At ndousers i see there is already a thread started by them, mentioning
the "possibility" of some form of traffic shaping
The beginning of the end i feel

T-L


  #5  
Old February 20th 07, 05:23 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
nick
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Posts: 67
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"Tamale-Loco" wrote in message ...

"Steve Pearce" * wrote in message ...
On Mon, 19 Feb 2007 18:53:13 -0000, "nick" wrote:

Tracing route to jolt.co.uk [82.133.85.65]
over a maximum of 30 hops:

1 1 ms 1 ms 1 ms 192.168.0.1
2 169 ms 180 ms 190 ms namescohg0.ilford.broadband.bt.net [217.47.151.65]
3 186 ms 179 ms 165 ms thn1-gi0-3-3.namesco.net [195.7.254.2]
4 180 ms 174 ms 185 ms ndo-gw1.cust.ptn.plus.net [212.159.2.9]
5 151 ms 181 ms 175 ms vl23.thn-gw1.plus.net [212.159.4.19]
6 210 ms 183 ms 224 ms g2-2-501.cr01.hx2.bb.pipex.net [193.203.5.14]
7 230 ms 183 ms 188 ms v3953.cr05.tn5.bb.pipex.net [62.72.137.29]
8 164 ms 177 ms 170 ms g1-1-6.ar01.tn5.bb.pipex.net [62.72.140.142]
9 183 ms 168 ms 149 ms ge-0-0-0-3801.jolt-gw.cust.pipex.net [212.241.241.14]
10 183 ms * 185 ms secure.jolt.co.uk [82.133.85.65]

speedtest via dslzoneuk.net. so slow i actually thought it timed out. but after a few minutes here's the result:
139.4 Kbps
which is around 17.43 KB/s

I get 40kb/s on my mobile's gprs via UMTS. Guess what ill be using from now on.


Exactly the same here, they reckon things will improve when the new
pipe comes on stream in the next couple of days...I'm not convinced.

It strange how this ISP has changed from being one of highest rated to
one of the worst in the space of a couple of months.


What should be a user concern now is what Namsco intend to do once
said new pipes are onstream
At ndousers i see there is already a thread started by them, mentioning
the "possibility" of some form of traffic shaping
The beginning of the end i feel

T-L


Its already the end.



  #6  
Old February 20th 07, 06:22 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
Steve Pearce
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Posts: 42
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On Tue, 20 Feb 2007 17:23:08 -0000, "nick" wrote:


"Tamale-Loco" wrote in message ...

"Steve Pearce" * wrote in message ...
On Mon, 19 Feb 2007 18:53:13 -0000, "nick" wrote:

Tracing route to jolt.co.uk [82.133.85.65]
over a maximum of 30 hops:

1 1 ms 1 ms 1 ms 192.168.0.1
2 169 ms 180 ms 190 ms namescohg0.ilford.broadband.bt.net [217.47.151.65]
3 186 ms 179 ms 165 ms thn1-gi0-3-3.namesco.net [195.7.254.2]
4 180 ms 174 ms 185 ms ndo-gw1.cust.ptn.plus.net [212.159.2.9]
5 151 ms 181 ms 175 ms vl23.thn-gw1.plus.net [212.159.4.19]
6 210 ms 183 ms 224 ms g2-2-501.cr01.hx2.bb.pipex.net [193.203.5.14]
7 230 ms 183 ms 188 ms v3953.cr05.tn5.bb.pipex.net [62.72.137.29]
8 164 ms 177 ms 170 ms g1-1-6.ar01.tn5.bb.pipex.net [62.72.140.142]
9 183 ms 168 ms 149 ms ge-0-0-0-3801.jolt-gw.cust.pipex.net [212.241.241.14]
10 183 ms * 185 ms secure.jolt.co.uk [82.133.85.65]

speedtest via dslzoneuk.net. so slow i actually thought it timed out. but after a few minutes here's the result:
139.4 Kbps
which is around 17.43 KB/s

I get 40kb/s on my mobile's gprs via UMTS. Guess what ill be using from now on.

Exactly the same here, they reckon things will improve when the new
pipe comes on stream in the next couple of days...I'm not convinced.

It strange how this ISP has changed from being one of highest rated to
one of the worst in the space of a couple of months.


What should be a user concern now is what Namsco intend to do once
said new pipes are onstream
At ndousers i see there is already a thread started by them, mentioning
the "possibility" of some form of traffic shaping
The beginning of the end i feel

T-L


Its already the end.


I'm hanging on until the end of the month when they promised all will
be will again. Luckily I have a perfectly good 2nd ADSL connection.
 




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