It's taken a month for them to fix the link they had to Europe, their backup link had terrible packet loss. after the main undersea cable was cut.
BT Infinity customers have been complaining about peering issues that have prevented some of them from accessing popular websites for nearly five days. And now, after some haranguing, the national telco has said sorry for the service disruptions its punters have been moaning about. BT said in a statement to The Register: We …
at least BT fix the problems whereas Virgin just ignore them until the cab has been set on fire
virgin media oversubscribed Upstream area, next fix in 3 months emm nope 3 months err can't do add 3 more months, Virgin just need to ad More upstream channels at the big cabs... why they have 100 downstream chans but only 5 upstream
they need to stop ignoring oversubscribed areas as they just switch to Sky FTTC (maybe talktalk or BT), the good thing is when they move off Virgin my connection will work normally again, but i mite end up switching as i like my ping at an constant 30 then an avg 60 (+/- 60 jitter + up to 5-30% packet loss between 4pm and midnight)
I note that BT have again used my home town (Lewes) in their advertising campaigns.
This time it is the "Bringing us all together for London 2012" speil.
hXXp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4dPjSBL2VOo (or just search YouTube for the above title)
There is even one of the 'falling stars' heading towards the roof of my house.
Guess who is stuck with 6.5Mbps ADSL then.....
Bt don't even monitor their own systems, how can you expect then to keep an eye on upstream providors?
More than once I have given BT the IP address of the router thats not playing fair and they still swear blind nothing is wrong, funny how often it fixes itself shortly after the phone call ends
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