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Java Jive August 26th 16 05:07 PM
Heard yesterday from the client I fixed up last Christmas. Regular readers will recall that I left him with a working system based on three balanced BT lines giving them ~13-14Mbps, but that FTTC was then imminently available in the area. Late last night, he emailed me thinking they had a problem with the current system, but when I rang him this morning to help troubleshoot the fault, he found...
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Terry Pinnell[_2_] August 25th 16 02:13 PM
My friends, 70s and with almost no technical know-how, phoned just now me in great concern. They had received a phone call, apparently from BT, reporting that their router was faulty. The caller (a Nigerian?) "quoted our correct router number" and "wanted to arrange to send two men around to sort it out". I told them emphatically that it was almost certainly a scam call and to ignore it. But...
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Flyig u 216 + on desktop August 22nd 16 05:56 PM
Remember this from yesterday? I have a wifi network which comprised a Plusnet router (TG582n), a desktop computer (Nova), a netbook (Nettie), a wifi all in one printer, a Sonyericsson Z3 smartphone and a Sky+ HD set top box. All have communicated well for several years until today. I have just installed a new Plusnet router (2704n) and I think I did something wrong when configuring...
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Flyig u 216 + on desktop August 21st 16 07:30 PM
I have a wifi network which comprised a Plusnet router (TG582n), a desktop computer (Nova), a netbook (Nettie), a wifi all in one printer, a Sonyericsson Z3 smartphone and a Sky+ HD set top box. All have communicated well for several years until today. I have just installed a new Plusnet router (2704n) and I think I did something wrong when configuring Nova and Nettie to the new router....
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bert August 18th 16 04:30 PM
Having switched to Plusnet and got a new hub - essentially HH5 I have my old HH3 surplus to requirements. Should it be possible to use it as a wifi extender connected by ethernet to my HH5 (Plusnet 1)? -- bert
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Java Jive August 17th 16 12:46 PM
Thinking of switching my mobile tariff from EE, because they are ripping me off and their website is at best appalling at worst unusable, to Virgin, probably SIM only, because I can't get 4G around my home, and am not likely to be able to in the near future. My one worry is that I've noticed in Virgin's T&C that you can't tether. This would not be a problem, as normally I don't use...
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MB[_2_] August 4th 16 08:08 PM
A report shows how easily people are scammed. Here's how the ‘BT Broadband Security' scam works - a victim's narrative http://forargyll.com/?p=107802
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