How is your ISP doing with increased traffic due to the COVID-19?

Dark_Nate

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2. I don't know why low jitter is better. I do know low jitter is better. I do know gaming needs low jitter. I don't do gaming.

3. No comments on the village part. I can understand wanting to live in San Gimigiano. Why somebody would want to live in an Indian village is beyond my understanding.
2. Jitter affects gaming, video calling, VoIP: Understanding Jitter in VoIP and How To Defeat It | GetVoIP

3. I don't understand that either. I'm tech-savvy and would personally prefer a tech-savvy metropolitan city or country if feasible.
 

coolrags

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Well Internet is not expected to work same way people are using lot of OTT apps, so i still had inactive jio fiber connection..as my active ISP is ACT due to obvious reasons.

Thanks to Asus router, connected both ISP to single router and enabled dual wan. Jio has 250mbps plan and ACT have 300 mbps activated.
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:)
 

f3rmion

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Ever since BSNL has capped download bandwidth to 20Mbps, the afternoon havoc has disappeared, no more packet loss or ping spikes. Looks like this was a congestion issue. However I'm getting 20 while paying for 50, you win some you lose some, I guess.
 


Dark_Nate

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No bro that's the saddest part. ACT doesn't even have rar-bg blocked .. 🤣
So you're dealing with triple NAT situation on Jio Fiber in the Dual WAN setup, that's not good at all.

How can ACT an ISP "have" -- link removed -- a website? 🤔
 

coolrags

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I know Jio uses CGNAT and yes because of two routers it can be as treated as tripple nat but daily usage doesn't really effects any performance.
Thats the reason i have setup routing rules.

Im just saying i love act due to various reasons.
 

philip

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Yeah but now all otts like Netflix ,prime etc ,has removed their hd and uhd streaming right so the load on the isps are reduced much considerably right? so now bsnl can remove the speedcaps isnt it? I am getting buffeirng due to three simulatneous streaming at my home....
 
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