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    New Connection - Poor Sync

    This is a discussion on New Connection - Poor Sync within the Sky Broadband help forums, part of the Sky Broadband help and support category; Would there be any trade off in speed or stability by having the Max Delay's reduced to 8?...

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      Re: New Connection - Poor Sync

      Would there be any trade off in speed or stability by having the Max Delay's reduced to 8?


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      Re: New Connection - Poor Sync

      There can be.

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      Re: New Connection - Poor Sync

      Quote Originally Posted by SilverHawk View Post
      Would there be any trade off in speed or stability by having the Max Delay's reduced to 8?
      The speed may reduce, but buy how much would depend on your line. When you phone to ask them to lower max delays and while they are still on the line check your speed and if you are not happy then you can ask for it to be resorted without having to phone again.

     

     
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