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15/8/08 12:07:46 PM
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Hey just looking for advice\help on ADSL 2

1. Is there away to limit \ allocate bandwidth with ADSL? both machines run Windows Xp?

2. Come some on suggest a good ISP for ADSL 2? I live in Melbourne and pay $99for 40G 8000k

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Sneddo 
15/8/08 1:44:44 PM
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1. Depends on your modem really. You could probably rate limit from within Windows if your modem doesn't have the option.
2. Which exchange are you on? Makes it a little difficult without knowing which ISPs are available...

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erolit 
18/8/08 1:50:03 AM
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Quote by Sneddo
1. Depends on your modem really. You could probably rate limit from within Windows if your modem doesn't have the option.
2. Which exchange are you on? Makes it a little difficult without knowing which ISPs are available...



ADSL 8000 is Telstra hardware. Presumably you can't get ADSL2+.

Netspace does ADSL 8000 20/20 (peak/offpeak) for $89.95 (off-peak is midnight-7am)

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aliali 
18/8/08 10:58:46 AM
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Internode are pretty good. Not the cheapest, but good support and seem reliable.
You do need to be on an Agile DSLAM to get ADSL 2+ though.
http://forums.whirlpool.net.au/forum-replies.cfm?t=631758

ADSL 2+ pricing here
http://www.internode.on.net/residential/internet/home_adsl/extreme/pricing/#ShowAlt

From that plan and price I assume you are already on a non-telstra ISP for your ADSL.
As far as speed limiting each PCs connection have a look at the Billion modems.
The 7404VGP-m and 7401VGP allow both upstream and downstream speed limiting in 32Kbp/s chunks on an IP address basis.
Some other modems also have bandwidth management (QOS) but be careful as most only allow throttling of the upstream only.

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segger 
19/8/08 3:37:27 PM
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Quote by aliali
Internode are pretty good. Not the cheapest, but good support and seem reliable.
You do need to be on an Agile DSLAM to get ADSL 2+ though.



Or an Optus DSLAM if a naked service is acceptable to you.

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