Re: man....I wish
said by batterup:Many? I think it was 3 and there are MANY, MANY that reported full upload without any issue. said by Karl Bode:
So without dunking my head in a 100 page battle thread, is Boost capped or not? Last I'd read it wasn't?
Cablevision has and does secretly
cap upload speed on the basic broadband. The question of Boost capping is more complex. Many Boost users have reported being mysteriously secretly
dropped back to the basic service then being capped.
There's no indication at all that there's anything malicious about what occurred to those couple of individuals. In fact, none of them ever came back to say it happened again once the contacted CV to get it immediately corrected.
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Re: this is nothing new..
said by tmc8080:That's a very location dependent assumption, and in a large percentage of subscribers, inaccurate.
I'll take one final dig at cablevision before I move on to Verizon... Given the node fiasco's of the past.. can you really expect close to the 30/5 caps for the WHOLE YEAR round? Not likely.
I switched from DSL to OOL late in 2005, when they had announced 15/2 standard (even though it took 5 months to reach my location). From the day I installed, I got 'rated' speeds - first 10/1, then 15/2 when they rolled it out. Since I upgraded to BOOST, I've gotten consistent speeds with it.
So, at least in my area, I consider it highly likely that I'll get BOOST speeds year-round.
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Re: Follow the link
said by decadent:but port 80 is capped to 128kbps or has that changed?
It is a big deal:
The ability to host your own Web or e-mail server - DDNS, Port 80 & Port 25
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