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    DLM e-mail

    This is a discussion on DLM e-mail within the Sky & DLM forums, part of the Sky Broadband help and support category; Well I would never have brought one on spec, I was able to borrow my sons while he was on ...

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      Re: DLM e-mail

      Well I would never have brought one on spec, I was able to borrow my sons while he was on holiday just to see if they were all they are cracked up to be, and while it does not sync any faster than the Sagem (I never did get to mess around with coding gain or anything so it may do) it is rock solid.
      See what neilmci is asking for his if he is willing to sell it.


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      Re: DLM e-mail

      Quote Originally Posted by dog-man View Post
      Would a billion router really make that much of a difference that it is worth paying that much for it?
      With all ISPs you always get the best from your connection if you can match up the chipsets between the router and the ISPs equipment at the exchange. The Billion 7402G series are one of the few routers out there that have the Connexant ARGON chipset which matches the current Sky/Easynet equipment plus they are very configurable allowing you fully optimise your connection.

      Trust me they do make a difference, I got an extra 1mbps from mine but others have had 2mb or more.

      There are rumours, however and nothing has yet been confirmed, that Sky's new SVBN equipment uses Broadcom chipsets.

     

     
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