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  1. In past weeks I noticed that p2p service was restricted supposedly to improve speeds for all the services that Onelink is offering (Powerlink and VOIP)  After that, I'm getting ridiculous speeds all nights. Below are my "wonderful" stats.  Do someone know what is happening at Onelink? 


    Your connection is: 335 Kbps or 0.3 Mbps

    You downloaded at: 41 kB/s

    You are running: 6 times faster than 56K and can download 1 megabyte in 24.98 second(s)

    Member Ident:Username:usoledad CompID:6460733791

    Test Time:: 2007/04/30 - 6:07pm

    Test Browser and OS info: Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; Windows NT 5.1; SV1; .NET CLR 2.0.50727; .NET CLR 3.0.04506.30)

    Test ID: HKWIRV786 (if this is a screenshot go to testmy.net to see if this is fake)

    Diagnosis ^info^: May need help : running at only 14.55 % of your hosts average (onelinkpr.net)

    This was tested from a 386 kB file and took 9.453 seconds to complete

  2. And I think this is the beginning.  First, they offer VOIP and  throttle  p2p... And because their poor service level... they restrict user speeds... However they always will say:  "remember is UP TO 4Mb" 

    So, the question is which is the minimum service level a user can receive from an ISP?  Because I think a 10% of the advertised speed is ridiculous....

  3. The use of p2p isn't illegal. Moreover, Onelink's support page has tips for p2p usage. However downloading copyrighted material without proper consent is illegal, so the users are responsible for what they do. Thus, p2p is not the excuse for speed restrictions....May be they restrict speeds because they need to offer another services...at user expense.

  4. Yes I did. Two weeks ago I could download at 100kbps (Using Azureus, the ports is above 50000 and I'm using encryption).  My router and firewall settings have not been changed.  Yesterday I received a call from a friend and he told me he is experiencing the same situation.

  5. btw usoledad PR is going back in time. Like others country going up and up in broadband. PR is going backward. Nice future to this island!

    Is sad to know that you are saying is true.  PR is going back in time like the ISP's quality of service. We need more offers that can satisfy or necessities at reasonable prices. May be Centennial's participation in the broadband market may help to improve the service of the other IPS's... May be...

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