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    Quote Originally Posted by alpacino View Post
    Any idea why the euro symbol I typed turned to interrogation mark?
    I just realized, that I don't even know how to type the euro sign...

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    And I just realized my ISP has blocked access to the modem configuration.
    I also have to go trough the website of my provider to make any changes to my router
    Last edited by C3PO; 03.02.23 at 14:37.
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    Quote Originally Posted by alpacino View Post
    How can you complain with such high speeds? I don't think you would get substantially better speeds with fiber. I guess the more people have the more they want.

    I have a 500/30 Cable (which rarely goes higher than 250/30) with a landline and Cable TV for around 54? here in Brazil. And I just realized my ISP has blocked access to the modem configuration.
    I want higher UP speed. A few years ago, if you had fiber your speed would symmetrical (500 DL/500 UP). But greedy bastards changed it, and now if you want higher UP speed you need to pay extra each month!


    Quote Originally Posted by C3PO View Post
    I just realized, that I don't even know how to type the euro sign...
    It's right ALT+E here in EU.
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    Quote Originally Posted by alpacino View Post
    Any idea why the euro symbol I typed turned to interrogation mark?
    Due to a bug, this happens to characters outside ISO-8859-1 if you submit them via quick reply or edit. Press "Go Advanced" first and they'll show up correctly - 1€, 2€, 3€.

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    I just realized, that I don't even know how to type the euro sign...
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    It's right ALT+E here in EU.
    If all else fails...

    "I just remembered something that happened a long time ago."
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    8€ for 1GB. And we still think we pay too much .
    Last edited by Master Razor; 08.02.23 at 20:54.
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    You are from Romania right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by C3PO View Post
    You are from Romania right?
    Yes, forgot to write that in my post.
    The price is expected to drop to 6? or lower since they will roll out their new 10GB package by the end of the year.
    Last edited by Master Razor; 09.02.23 at 22:06.
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    Wow, I can't even imagine, what will I possibly do with 10G as my home connection
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    Divide into ten subnets and sell gigabit seedboxes to the less fortunate
    "I just remembered something that happened a long time ago."
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    Quote Originally Posted by C3PO View Post
    Wow, I can't even imagine, what will I possibly do with 10G as my home connection
    The first problem is always the equipment. We'll have the bandwidth, but no routers to take. Consumer grade at the moment doesn't even come close to 10GB. The service provider has problems on its own because they have to make the routers custom, ONT as they are called since it takes a fiber cable. Manufacturer is always Huawei, since they can build/copy everything.
    Still, from your perspective it may be great but over here it's like "10GB? yeey.. What's on TV?" . IT's nothing, It's a piece of crap.
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    Quote Originally Posted by C3PO View Post
    Wow, I can't even imagine, what will I possibly do with 10G as my home connection
    for me its useless, first i need to get expensive router and lets say i will download a big movie pretty fast, i still need to transfare it to my living room where my tv box is, right now i can transfare 50mbits at its best. Sure 10gbits is good for seed buesness :)
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    I think for seeding even 200-500 Mbit is a sufficient speed.
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    Those who pay for 40 Gbps seedboxes obviously have different views...
    "I just remembered something that happened a long time ago."
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    I did change a lot these last few years but I can honestly say there is no longer a need for trackers. Information is free - everywhere. Whether it is books, videos, podcasts. As for software, you can find free alternatives. Windows is free as well.. It's over.
    I have only 3 trackers left and have not been used in a long time. Seedboxes are not a good way to spend the bandwidth because they are not needed anymore.
    Last edited by Master Razor; 12.02.23 at 14:52.
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    100/40 Mbit for 20 EUR here in Germany. I would like to have higher upload speeds, but it is not available.

    To get this price, I alternate my Internet provider every two years, otherwise the price would double.

    I own my router, so I have full access to all features.
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    Yeah, Germany lacks behind broadband availability and most imprtantly-stability. I lived there for a long time and never found a good internet provider with a good price/speed/stability ratio.
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