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  1. I found a truck roll of verizon fibre half way up the tree. yakasuma-something-japanize optical cable. Has a hard black shell and about 2/3" inside. I didn't take the end cap off, got enough scsi as it is. What you saw was probably verizon laying conduit and comcast waiting for the ditchwich to knock out the television service. They have to share since public utilities don't like when you dig up their lines for them. That conduit is there because if you back hoe fibre they get to do it all over again.
  2. Servers have bandwidth limitations too Run a traceroute to good server and bad server If the comcast equipment is the same (which it will be due to modern day peering points) then you found the popular and unpopular server You can call comcast and give them shit anyways though -- toll free
  3. If they can have it up in under a month with a regular cable modem, its about half the price of dsl service. Where was the cut off point?
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