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Re: An Anveo pricing question...
said by RobThompson:Why would you need a free alternative when they're charging you only half a cent a minute? if quality is what you're concerned about, pay for it.
Are there good 'voice quality' alternatives for Canadians for free out-going calls on an ATA? GV has this delay that drives some people crazy, me included.
said by dsl2u:If nobody paid for outgoing calls, most providers you know would be out of business. And good luck getting support or quality with that $0 bill.
I can't understand why anybody pays for outgoing calling these days.
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|reply to nitzan |
said by nitzan:^^ YES!
If nobody paid for outgoing calls, most providers you know would be out of business. And good luck getting support or quality with that $0 bill.
RobThompsonCaution - Newbie Alert LinuxMintPremiumReviews:
Yesterday I installed an ASUS RT-N66U wireless router which I then flashed with Tomato Shibby.
Sounds like I know what I am talking about, doesn't it?
Well, I don't! (as you will see from my questions)
Can and/or should I set up sub nets for my OBI? (see what I mean? )
I think I can do the QoS part, well, atleast I will try.
Should I re-flash with 'Toastman'? Would that be better for my ASUS/OBI world?
DavesnothereNo-BHELL-ity DOES have its AdvantagesPremium
said by RobThompson:
Yesterday I installed an ASUS RT-N66U wireless router which I then flashed with 'Tomato Shibby'....
....I think I can do the QoS part, well, at least I will try.
Should I re-flash with '[Tomato] Toastman' ?
Would that be better for my ASUS/OBI world ? ....
I have a trusty Linksys/Cisco WRT45GL which I flashed with a Shibby build not too long ago.
There is a thread in which I have been participating recently where someone else and I are considering exactly that change of firmware.
They already did it and I still may soon.
Apparently Toastman's newer builds offer better QoS configurability than Shibby's do, including bandwidth management for the DOWNSTREAM data, and there IS a build available supporting my old beast, and of course there should also be for your newer unit.