Discussion in 'Networks & Internet Connectivity' started by ChrisD., Sep 23, 2008.
Right, I understand now! Thanks for the information and your patience.
Does the SH3 do any kind of QOS? Is there anyway to prioritise traffic from my desktop at all?
Just to quote myself and expand on this in an effort to decide on whether or not I want a new router, have all the chip set issues been resolved or are there still issues?
If you're talking about the issues with the SH3 Puma 6 chipset issues, they have been mitigated to the point where I doubt you will see them. New firmware basically offloads the things that cause the issue onto the atom co-processor. So not really fixed, but certainly worked around.
Ok thanks, I'm having some issues at the moment and I'm trying to decide on upgrading the router or just cabling, think I'm just going to cable
Untrue regarding not allowing two superhubs.
How do I know this I have two.
What they shouldn't do is run two on the one feed coming into the home but this is something that is still done when it shouldn't they tried to get away with this at mine.
If the cable that was connected to your TIVO is still live (not disconnected at the splitter outside) you could just move your modem there, if in the future you get TIVO again use a splitter and the spare cable from where your modem was.
Thank you. Sadly, the hub is in another room and it sort of makes more sense there.
So your options are:
Run an Ethernet cable from the hub to the TV
Use Powerline adapters
Anyone know how much if any Virgin charge to move the entry point from one location to another?
At the moment the virgin line comes into the house under the living room window and into the corner of the room, I’d like it moved to a cupboard I have in another room which will give me easier access to feed cables to other rooms.
Haven’t got the keys to my new house yet but it’ll be one of the first things I change when I get virgin installed this weekend.
Contract is up next month, currently got VIP TV, phone and 350Mb broadband, rang this morning to cancel and best they offered at the time was £57 for phone and 350Mb broadband no TV. Broadband speed has been all over for a while, tempted to go back to an openreach fibre provider get the payment under £30 a month.
Possibly not directly a VM problem, but nothing has been changed by me regarding my router.
When accessing Paddy Power https://www.paddypower.com/bet I see 'Http/1.1 Service Unavailable' at the top of the page, even though the rest of the page appears to load correctly. This however isn't the case, because when I try to place a bet and login the page returned is 'Http/1.1 Service Unavailable'
As I said, I've changed nothing and have just rebooted the Superhub and cleared the cookies again but to no avail
Does anyone have any ideas as to the possible cause and how to fix/resolve this? First noticed the the problem starting yesterday afternoon, was definitely fine in the morning.
Note: I can place bets and have full Paddy Power access via my phone using my data connection.
Try another browser or using an incognito window.
tried google or cloudflare DNS's ?
Thanks both... Incongnito Window works on my PC, using Vivaldi. Similar so does Explorer 11 after having tried it?
Any idea what would cause that to just start happening?
Now full working without the need of the Incognito Window.
If they are coming out to do the install they will install it in whichever room you want (within reason).
It’s already been installed in one position from the previous occupants and I’d like it moved to the other side of the house, shouldn’t be a problem really?
Yeah should be fine. There will be a small box attached to the outside of the property and they will just run a new cable from that, around the outside wall and into the room you want it in.
Is there a modem or TV box left by the previous owner? If so, I would disconnect them and leave them in a pile elsewhere.
Am I just imagining it or has upload speeds increased?
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