Is IPv6 enabled?
Type: Posts; User: Alex B
Is IPv6 enabled?
Certainly the easiest way to do it.
You're better off using IMAP on your devices, so the mail stays in sync.
How is it "lots of shagging around" to ring their 0800 number, do some diagnostics over the phone and take it/send it in for repair? You will get the laptop back faster than if you had taken it to...
Yes, it's usually quicker to take goods direct to HP for repair rather than going through the retailer anyway.
SPA112 are pretty solid. My folks use VFX, you plug it in, put in a configuration URL, tell VFX the MAC and that's it. I assume similar with 2talk.
We are talking about a router that retails for sub $200 and is often given away here. Would I use one in a business critical situation or if hosting services? Hell no. For most consumers as an all in...
VOIP doesn't always play nice with CG-NAT. So if you go with BigPipe, make sure you pay the $45 one off cost for a static IP.
A feature very few home users need to worry about.
If you say so.
The only router I can think of that doesn't work with other ISPs is the old Telecom 2Wire. I've used a Spark HG659 on Spark, 2Degrees, BigPipe, Vodafone & Slingshot with no issues. They are IMO one...
Spark connections don't care about username/passwords. It should in theory work. You could flash the Spark firmware, but I don't think it will make a difference.
When I asked you said you had tested with ethernet?? So which is it? There are lots of variables to consider, including environmental, hence why you can't get an accurate test with WiFi even if the...
What device are you testing with, if it's a PC how old is it, what are the specs, and what is the OS.
Plug in an ethernet cable, disable wifi, do a speedtest.
The Fassbender one. Saw it in the states. Not that the earlier one was very good either.
I'm not sure Apple fans care??
Not exactly news that he wasn't the nicest guy in the world. I saw it last year and it was pretty average.
It's something Chorus has to do as I understand. Shame on Spark...jeez, talk about first world issues.
Because there is a lot of tax on fuel in the UK. Something like 60p a litre is tax, then 20% VAT on the rest. It's just over £1 a litre here at the moment.
Ring Spark and ask to upgrade to the HG659b, there will be a cost but it's a much better router/wifi AP than the HG630b they will otherwise supply.
If you buy an iTunes match subscription, you can do what you're after.
Those are cost of doing business. Things change with IT stuff it's that simple.
In areas where there is no 2Degrees service then you will roam onto Vodafone. I've not seen reports that you roam on to Voda if there is a network fault with 2D.
You really think it's as simple as switching you onto a competitors antenna?
Correct, it's poms that say rooter. They also say dayta rather than data.