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Has anyone had any luck with gaming on xplornet, iv had a lot of trouble, i think the Recever/antena is blocking traffic. When i set a port to be open on my router im still told it is blocked. When you login to the Recever there are options to open ports and such but this requires an admin password witch xplornet will not give me.

Anyone else try gaming on xplornet?

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I think it is just a wireless question. I know there are a few, just don't come to mind. One of them used to be on Direcway too. 4000 modem. He switced to wireless...thinking...___________________________. Went blank. We need a directory.  :-|

Ha Ha  :idea: , just-in-lay. He is on wireless. Maybe he will be on this weekend. Yep, I would check with him.

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Yeah, 128kbps speeds. That crap cost too much, for very little performance. It is very old school stuff. Hardly anyone even messes with anymore. Here.

"Internet Access. ISDN provides high-speed, cost-effective digital access to the internet. At 128Kbps, a Basic Rate Interface (BRI) ISDN line is eight times faster than a 14.4Kbps modem, less expensive to use, and easier to maintain. And a Primary Rate Interface (PRI) provides even greater capacity. "

http://www01.sbc.com/Products_Services/Business/ProdInfo_1/1,,26--4-1-0,00.html?submit.y=8&submit.x=11

Too much...too little.  :wink2:

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"Internet Access. ISDN provides high-speed, cost-effective digital access to the internet. At 128Kbps, a Basic Rate Interface (BRI) ISDN line is eight times faster than a 14.4Kbps modem, less expensive to use, and easier to maintain. And a Primary Rate Interface (PRI) provides even greater capacity. "

http://www01.sbc.com/Products_Services/Business/ProdInfo_1/1,,26--4-1-0,00.html?submit.y=8&submit.x=11

Too much...too little.  :wink2:

^^^

Remember, I don't game like you.  :grin2:

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Its wireless not sat and its not a speed isssue, in fact some games work great like resistance for ps3, no lag runs very smooth. Its that some ports are blocked and not by my router even in a DMZ some games will not play cause the ports are blocked. There is an option in the recever to open ports but it requires admin.

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Its wireless not sat and its not a speed isssue, in fact some games work great like resistance for ps3, no lag runs very smooth. Its that some ports are blocked and not by my router even in a DMZ some games will not play cause the ports are blocked. There is an option in the recever to open ports but it requires admin.

call your ISP

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damn you are getting ripped off.

Not for full 1.5 Mbps) T1. That is dedicated 1500 kbps up and down.  :wink2:

http://www.speakeasy.net/promos/fatpipe/?c_id=701500000004rg4

http://www.matrixbt.com/SALES/html/conferencing.html?gclid=CNDy9NTkvYkCFRNXGgodJhD-MQ

http://www.cogentco.com/htdocs/webpromo.php

Now there is a new one for $289 which ends tonight.  :evil6:

http://www.cogentco.com/htdocs/webpromo.php

Anyway with the line loop and all that is the deal I came up with last time.

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