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    fixed my disconection problem

    This is a discussion on fixed my disconection problem within the Sky Broadband help forums, part of the Sky Broadband help and support category; lol @ "snipping"...

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      Re: fixed my disconection problem

      lol @ "snipping"


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      Re: fixed my disconection problem

      there could be thousands of conections dropping because of this, surley bt know about this?, no wonder sky had no idear what the problem was or do they and they simply dont wont people chopping phone wires here there and everywhere.

      one simple little wire (in my case anyway) causing all this grief.

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      Re: fixed my disconection problem

      Remember that it's only because the software in Sky's router is so goddamn awful that it actually results in serious problems. With decent software, all it is likely to do is slow people's connections down. And ISPs aren't going to grumble too much about that to be honest, because the big cost is in supplying the infrastructure that comes after the exchange. If say 50% of their customers are getting speeds 20% lower than they otherwise could be, then ISPs are only going to benefit, after all, the customer will see the same speed with other ISPs, so the customer is likely to be none the wiser.

     

     
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