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Re: Couple questions
Start is also supposed to be adding nLayer as a transit provider any day now so that route to the Chicago game server should become even more direct and no longer go through HE to reach Nlayer. I wouldn't expect any change in latency though since HE is already handing the traffic off to nLayer without leaving Toronto as it is.
said by vonSchroeder:For a company this well-connected they sure don't have their stuff together when it comes to turning up service.
Start is also supposed to be adding nLayer as a transit provider any day now
I want to call start but I don't really want to cancel my existing cogeco service just yet
Ideally I want to call start, pay for two internets for one month (overlap) to see if start actually fixes my issues. If it does, I cancel cogeco and keep start.
1) Is this possible to have service overlap? Ie both modems working at the same time.
2) What about wiring it, can it be hooked up on a split line? It seems I have one line in my office right now that the existing modem is hooked up to, it is the only device on the line. Can we split this line and install the other modem? Or does a new line have to be installed. The other cable drops are all split atleast once somewhere along the line.
If you do it as a new install then no problem overlapping as long as you want and a tech will come to install/replace the splitter, test signal, etc to ensure you have a good connection.
If you're doing it as a transfer, it will have to be for a shorter period of time, ie a couple weeks, just book your Cogeco disconnection say a month from now, place a transfer order from us for 2 weeks out and then you'll have the 2 weeks at the back end for testing. In this setup you'd have to deal with the splitters, etc for the second modem.
New install was the plan, no problem paying for the install just to prove a point
Ok, all set, going to signup now.
Thanks for the help Rocca!