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      16-06-20, 07:23 PM
      Couple of updates, it may have been posted before. 1) You probably don't need to get the password from the old router anymore, I've had success...
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    1. speedyrite
      speedyrite liked post by dragon2611 On thread : Sky IPV6 Settings for Non Sky routers
      You will probably have to fork out for a new one. The Sky router is designed to be plug and play for the average joe, who wouldn't know what Vlanning or an IP subnet was, all they will care about...
      Liked On: 14-06-16, 10:08 AM
    2. speedyrite
      speedyrite liked post by dragon2611 On thread : Sky IPV6 Settings for Non Sky routers
      I can't see regular users segregating in that way, only people who know what they're doing.
      Liked On: 14-06-16, 10:08 AM
    3. speedyrite
      speedyrite liked post by dragon2611 On thread : Sky IPV6 Settings for Non Sky routers
      The only way I see segregation happening on most peoples networks is if the ISP provided router determines stuff is IOT and does it automatically, because I can tell you most people expect the...
      Liked On: 14-06-16, 10:08 AM
    4. Scubbie
      Scubbie liked post by dragon2611 On thread : Sky IPV6 Settings for Non Sky routers
      Logged into the SR102 earlier and noticed they'd snuck in IPv6 support when I wasn't looking. Although not bothered to investigate how I'll do anything useful with it at the moment given most of...
      Liked On: 23-04-16, 08:27 PM
    5. Scubbie
      Scubbie liked post by dragon2611 On thread : G.INP roll-out receives mixed reactions
      Well that's a load of rubbish, I had a HG612 running older firmware connected and it sync'd but because it didn't support G.INP i ended up with a high level of interleaving that increased my latency...
      Liked On: 14-04-15, 11:57 AM
    6. joe pineapples
      joe pineapples liked post by dragon2611 On thread : Pirated Sky TV sold for 10 a month
      Personally most of the channels should be FTA anyway since they're absolutely filled with ads, which arguably must be a large chunk of their revenue.
      Liked On: 25-09-14, 08:53 AM
    7. Scubbie
      Scubbie liked post by dragon2611 On thread : Pirated Sky TV sold for 10 a month
      Personally most of the channels should be FTA anyway since they're absolutely filled with ads, which arguably must be a large chunk of their revenue.
      Liked On: 17-09-14, 07:37 AM
    8. Scubbie
      Scubbie liked post by dragon2611 On thread : Multiple active ip's?
      Or until they get their entire Subnet banned from some site/game or some such... :twitcy:
      Liked On: 02-04-14, 04:12 PM
    9. Steele11
      Steele11 liked post by dragon2611 On thread : Vista with Black Hub
      Don't think I've had the chance to try that one yet... Personally I think FTTC should have stayed as an engineer install as VDSL is very sensitive to interference/bad extension wiring. It's far...
      Liked On: 31-03-14, 04:00 PM
    10. Molten Gold
      Molten Gold liked post by dragon2611 On thread : Urgent question - Sky Fibre Pro vs Plusnet Unlimited Fibre
      It would depend on where any congestion was present, if the problem was in BTW then no it wouldn't make a difference (Unless you pay for "pro" which supposedly gives elevated priority in BTW) but...
      Liked On: 06-12-13, 09:21 PM
    11. speedyrite
      speedyrite liked post by dragon2611 On thread : Sky Fibre - Leave on or turn off?
      To Hell with that also a lot of smart devices do their update checks overnight. Besides if my broadband is down for more than a few minutes it causes an alert to be sent to my email and to my...
      Liked On: 09-11-13, 02:55 PM
    12. Molten Gold
      Molten Gold liked post by dragon2611 On thread : Switching ISP
      That and I wanted a static IP and not to have to run custom start scripts on the router to make it connect I quite like the fact they're more transparent than most ISP's in terms of telling you...
      Liked On: 07-11-13, 12:17 AM
    13. jrfer
      jrfer liked post by dragon2611 On thread : Sky Broadband Shield
      I think it will lead many into a false sense of security. Most of these filters are usually trivial to bypass, web filters are no substitute for good parenting.
      Liked On: 06-11-13, 06:03 PM
    14. Isitme
      Isitme liked post by dragon2611 On thread : How to get the Username and Password for the Sky Hub SR101
      Because when we write these tutorials we cannot anticipate every variable out there, In Hindsight yes internet security software containing a firewall could indeed interfere with the packet capture...
      Liked On: 28-10-13, 02:25 PM
    15. andrewjr
      andrewjr liked post by dragon2611 On thread : Where to buy a high quality cable for Sky Fibre?
      I think at 1m it makes sod all difference unless it's not working or you don't like the colour of the cable then I wouldn't bother replacing it. Only time I bother usually is if the poxy clip...
      Liked On: 07-10-13, 08:09 PM
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