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  • @prince
    Para sa ip cam and 'business' :p
  • @kairi033 Madalas "bearable" naman. Specially ako lang gumagamit ng net. Nakakaepirence ako ng throttling every night pero hindi super kasama pero hindi talaga maganda. Lag youtube, bagal magload ng websites. Not super sure kasi ako yung isa sa mga taong nagtratrabaho sa gabi kaya di ka masyadong pinapansin tska di ako nagda-download ng ganong oras, surfing lang. Frustrating minsan, pero basta magamit ko siya ok na rin. 4.5 of of 10

    @Learning_mode I know right ( ?° ?? ?°)
  • @everyone

    Bakit kaya sa android phone ko mabilis ang p2p pero kapag sa desktop mabagal?
    Hmm ano po kayang problema ng settings sa desktop ko? thanks :)
  • @raffydooo Same issue here. It's how the router distributes traffic to multiple devices. For some reason, affected ang p2p. I resolved it by not using p2p client at all. Haha.

    Edit: typo

    -- edited by prnceichiro on Feb 13 2016, 12:23 PM
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  • @prnceichiro

    Yun nga rin sana balak ko kaya lang mabagal Filestream sakin. :(




    bakit kaya?
  • @raffydooo gaano ka na katagal sa sky? And try mo iclick yung file (kasi by default folder siya), then hanapin mo yung file na gusto mo idownload, click download button then non-secure download. Post ka screenshot ulit.

    -- edited by prnceichiro on Feb 13 2016, 12:46 PM
  • Wala pa rin akong connection... May dumating na dito na mga tech pero cable lang sila naka-assign... Nung umakyat sila sa poste nalaman nila na nilipat pala yung connection ko sa fiber optic line pero hindi pa daw pala yun activated kaya wala akong connection. Nung tumawag ako ulit sa Sky, bukas pa daw pala naka-schedule yung tech visit para sa net ko... Tinanong ko rin yung mga tech kanina, sanila once activated na daw yung fiber optic automatic daw yun yung mga high speed plans (16 & 50Mbps) ililipat daw dun. Kahit papano may good news naman. Sa case ko napa-aga lang yung paglipat ng connection ko sa fiber optic.
  • ^
    may fiber optic line na pala sky ah, baka magkaroon din tayo 100Mbps soon (wishful thinking).
  • @karlkalabaaaw
    anong area mo pre? ayos pala e
  • @karlkalabaaaw ^ Kaya nga. Anong plan ka bakit ka iniinstallan ng fiber optic?

    -- edited by prnceichiro on Feb 13 2016, 12:54 PM
  • @prnceichiro

    Dapat pala isa-isa ko sila iclick? Tama ba?




    Nagstart lang subscription ko last 19 December 2015. :)
  • As far as I know nakahybrid fiber cable ang facility hangang sa main terminal ng let's say village or building. From there on last mile implementation na sila ng pure coax lang hence we can get 50Mbps if pure coax lang kasi ang implementation ni Sky di kaya ang ganyan speeds much like the old copper of dsl than can only provide limited speed.

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hybrid_fibre-coaxial

    Sky used to offer 200Mbps because of their hyrid fiber-coax implementation. Not sure kung bakit sila tumigil.

    http://www.yugatech.com/telecoms/sky-broadband-offers-200mbps-at-php34999/
  • samin po fiber optic ang backbone pero wala po sila chance mag offer ng 100mbps since ang fiber po ng sky is hanggang backbone lang wala daw sila chance na gawing fiber to the home / FTTH, max cap po ng cable bandwidth daw nila is 50+mbps

    @theduh
    magastos po kasi un multi modems po gagamitin tapos cocombine ng router.. same din ng PLDT IGATE copper dati multi copper lines...

    -- edited by desvillar on Feb 13 2016, 02:40 PM
  • @Learning_mode

    Sana... Pero mas importante sakin maging stable yung connection at maging symmetrical ang UL/DL.. Aanhin ba natin ang 100Mbps kung hindi naman stable... Ok na rin naman 50 eh.. :)


    @gybersantos

    Filinvest 2 QC...


    @prnceichiro

    50Mbps... Ang sabi sakin para daw yun sa 16 & 50Mbps plan...
  • samin po fiber optic ang backbone pero wala po sila chance mag offer ng 100mbps since ang fiber po ng sky is hanggang backbone lang wala daw sila chance na gawing fiber to the home / FTTH, max cap po ng cable bandwidth daw nila is 50+mbps

    Kailangan lang nila magimplement ng docsis 3.1 para gigabit na:)

    That said, the new DOCSIS 3.1-based service is significant, because it works with the coaxial-fiber cable infrastructure already in place. It does require a DOCSIS 3.1-compatible cable modem in the subscriber’s home.
    <click here for link>
  • Nag offer nyan samin dito sa betterliving kaso hindi nag click, sobrang mahal nyang 200mbps. Tinanggal yan nung nag offer ng 50mbps ang pldt fibr. tinapatan nila yung presyo ng pldt.
  • Hi guys Saan kayo nag APPLY? Website or sa business center nila? San mas mabilis mag apply? tska ilang days or weeks bago nag survey at kinabitan? Salamat! tia
  • @grexk
    by chance i mean that they wont mainly of the cost, namamahalan nga daw sila sa cisco docsis 3 router hehe!

    @johnmendoza
    as for my experience sa AGENT, nag txt lang ako sa agent tapos kinabukasan install na..

    -- edited by desvillar on Feb 13 2016, 07:26 PM
  • pumunta dito yung service from Sky, tama ba yung sinuggest nila na irequest ko na papalitan yung modem from Arris to Cisco?

    mag-1 month palang yung Sky broadband ko, and Arris yung binigay saken.
  • ^
    Arris gamit ko simula Nov, never had problems except when first setting it up with my router.
  • @trebire,

    sir, if magrequest ka magpapalit ng router ipa note mo sa request niyo sir na class a (term ng sky sa bnew) na modem dalihin. kasi madalas class b (term nila sa refurbished) dala nila pamalit. naka plastic wrap yung class b.
  • Longtime Destiny internet subscriber here, we were migrated over to Sky last December as they were shutting down the former Destiny cable lines in our area. "upgraded" to the 3Mbps plan of Sky, it's been doing well so far and haven't experienced any major slowdowns during peak hour.

    @desvillar:
    samin po fiber optic ang backbone pero wala po sila chance mag offer ng 100mbps since ang fiber po ng sky is hanggang backbone lang wala daw sila chance na gawing fiber to the home / FTTH, max cap po ng cable bandwidth daw nila is 50+mbps


    DOCSIS 3.0 is actually capable of 340 Mbps (maximum) and is being offered by cable operators in other countries like Rogers in Canada for 100 and 250Mbps: <click here for link> In fact, by upgrading to DOCSIS 3.1 modems, Sky can even offer gigabit service like on Rogers in Canada and Comcast in the USA

    by chance i mean that they wont mainly of the cost, namamahalan nga daw sila sa cisco docsis 3 router hehe!


    If cost is a concern, Sky should get the likes of Huawei to supply cheap(er) modems: <click here for link> ;-)

    -- edited by krazy on Feb 14 2016, 01:15 AM

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