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  1. Time between laying fibre and the service being available.

    Hi

    Just wondering what the experience has been for the time between getting fibre run in the street to when I can actually call up my ISP and get it installed?

    Thanks!
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    Re: File-sync to ftp or similar

    Ftpbox is what you are after. It works ok but they're still working out a few bugs, primarily if the ftp server is unavailable the program prompts you for ftp settings again. http://ftpbox.org/
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    Re: EOP (Ethernet Over Power)

    The speed is definitely never going to be as good as advertised. I have some cheap netcomm ones which are great as I didn't have to run cable but speed is worst than wireless. Maybe look at getting a...
  4. Thread: Which Modem?

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    Re: Which Modem?

    I've got a DV2760 and the firmware is a little buggy if using vpn etc. In the end, the supplier (snappernet), gave me a RC firmware to get me going. I would wait on the Draytek until they've manager...
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    Re: UFB installation

    If you have a conduit/pipe with your copper line in the ground already then they'll use that.
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    Re: Point-of-sales system

    Yes we can supply all the hardware and you don't need to purchase a new EFTPOS machine as long as the software can handle an external machine as a payment method which I would expect they all do -...
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    Re: Point-of-sales system

    You could have a look at http://www.webvis.co.nz/webvis-pos.aspx. This is software I developed myself for a multistore retail business my wife and I owned. We can supply all the hardware as well!...
  8. Re: Galaxy S3-Jelly Bean Update performance issues

    Never had an issue with mine. Never rebooted and purrs along very nicely!
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    Scroll only works with a particular mouse

    Hi All

    I've got a weird one thats been bugging me for ages. I use Cashbook Complete to do my business accounts, which I think is all designed around Microsoft Access 97. Now when I'm in it and...
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    Re: Low Disk Space Warning

    How about rather than clicking the link which opens the pdf into Acrobat reader add on for IE, right click the link on the webpage and choose save target as, and then save to your hard drive. Sound...
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    Re: smartmarine.co.nz access

    Working fine for me. I'm on an xtra adsl connection.
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    Re: Error copying - not enough disk space

    Choose properties for the drive and click on the quota tab to see if that has been enabled?
  13. Re: Speedtest, havent had a thread on these for a while

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    Re: Converting VB6 scripts to modern times..

    I'm pretty sure that Visual Studio has a VB6 import function which should help you through the process and highlight parts of the code that needs to be adjusted to meet the current standard.
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    Re: Yahoo server problem?

    Yup. According to Telecom status page, email is having issues. Client of mine had the same problem. Webmail is working though. Check it here:...
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    Re: Does this apply to New Zealand?

    Yes it does though I think its going to be closer to $20 for the upgrade
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    Re: Security update (software)

    With norton it doesn't like it when the primary drive (C:\) gets low on disk space - Check that. There is also a walkthrough on deleting items out of the Norton AV temp folder so it forces a...
  18. Thread: Disk Checking

    by Webbnzl
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    Re: Disk Checking

    Pretty sure if Windows finds and fixes any files on a disk check it will run it again to make sure nothing was missed.
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    Re: Microsoft Web Access to Office Outlook

    You'll have to check with your company if they allow external access either by opening the ports for direct access or perhaps giving you access via a VPN connection through their router. Outlook (And...
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    Re: Connection Issues IPSTAR modem

    Could it be that the satelite is slightly off the mark? I know with Sky TV that if your satelite is slight misaligned then it can be prone to rain fade or signal interferrance more than usual.
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    Re: How to make C: drive partition larger?

    I recently used partedmagic and that did the trick with no issues. Just burn the ISO to a CD and boot from it. Free to download.
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    Re: Email Problem (Sending )

    What was the error message?
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    Re: Is this for real?

    Yeah. Certain computers infected with a Trojan have had their DNS hijacked to look at certain servers which can then redirect them to bogus sites. FBI seized the servers and have been maintaining...
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    Re: Any telecom users got this call ?

    I try to keep them on the line and waste their time. My record is 18mins so far.
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    Re: Network Project

    I would get whoever is doing your patch panel to split the phone line at that point into 4 and then you can just use RJ45 patch cables rather than adapters.
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