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    One day Mr.C the power will be in your hands. : peace2:

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    I patiently await the fulfillment of your phrophecy:D

    Folks I work with are getting cable access - but so far none of them has a spare room for me.
    I don't mind not being able to have a pizza delivered where I live but it would be nice to get a picture of one in 30 minutes or less:laugh:
    The reason a diamond shines so brightly is because it has many facets which reflect light.

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    here's something to make Mr C feel a little better.. this was on my 56k modem:

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    That's some real nice cropping there Beefy:thumb:
    The reason a diamond shines so brightly is because it has many facets which reflect light.

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    lol
    i whooped y'all
    a whole 8k
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    real one


    :p
    still crap
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    This is the TAFE's T1 line with 3 of us madly leeching off it today :D

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    I'm goin' to have to try this next time with the firewall off as that upload speed can't be right by a long shot. :confused:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wiggo
    I'm goin' to have to try this next time with the firewall off as that upload speed can't be right by a long shot. :confused:

    Wiggo, cable modems are asymmetric devices, you are very lucky to get over 128Kbps on OptusNet Cable. To get higher upload speeds you either need something like a T1 or T3 , or ISDN line (same bandwidth in both directions), or SDSL (Symmetric Digital Subscriber Line). :)

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    Is 120Kbps too much to ask for? :?:

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