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DeepWeb

Level 25
Verified
Jul 1, 2017
1,421
Eh... it does the job. Inner city. At&t U-verse
 

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rockstarrocks

Level 22
Verified
Apr 16, 2017
1,128
1.0Gbps-1.4Gbps symmetrical depending on wind conditions.

In all fairness, I am downgrading this week to only 400Mbps connection because I have some special gear coming online for DPI and APT that doesn't support over around 500Mbps.

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Damn that is fast. Must feel like a dream to use but must cost a fortune. Although when you go out of house everything must feel like dialup :p
 

Slyguy

Level 44
Jan 27, 2017
3,328
Damn that is fast. Must feel like a dream to use but must cost a fortune. Although when you go out of house everything must feel like dialup :p

Everything feels ancient and slow outside of the house for sure. I don't necessarily care for the area I live, but one thing I can say I love is the amazing infrastructure.

PS: Some of you exposed your WAN IP in your screenshots. Probably not a good idea to do that as it's as good as putting your full name and address on this forum.
 

Slyguy

Level 44
Jan 27, 2017
3,328
Even if you don't have a static IP?

It depends. A few years ago a buddy of mine that knows way more about DOCIS, OFDM's and ISP Provisioning showed me how he could pull provision tables and link them to individual people from non-static wan addresses. So I would almost always assume masking your gateway IP, with or without statics is a good idea.

It's also important to use a email service that strips your public IP from the email header, or use a VPN with email services that don't for similar reasons. Also with a known WAN IP, someone can pretty easily run some scans, possibly find open ports, misconfigured routers/modems and other goodies.
 

Burrito

Level 24
May 16, 2018
1,363
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I recently downgraded from 100/100 to 50/50 because my household demand went down.... and to save a few bucks. I thought I'd end up going back to 100/100... as it's hard to go backward.

But I've really not noticed any difference... I dunno, maybe I will.

I've only had the reduced speed a few days.
 
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