BSNL 1 Mbps ?

raja4u

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Sep 11, 2005
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hello guysi am planning to take BSNL 1Mbps for my officebut i will take in the HOME plan aka 3300 per month 10 GB B/w per monthi just need some review as i am new to BSNL and i am using another cable connection @ my residencemy questions areis BSNL stable & reliablelike we don have any disconnections ( 99% uptime ?? )and cos our office work truly depends on the NETso this is the best place i guess to knew the reviewwaiting for ur repliesraja
 

saurabhj

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Jul 3, 2005
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With whatever time I have been using BSNL ... which is for about 4 -5 months now, the speed is good.If you get a 1 mbps plan, you will get 1 mbps ...Anyways, the points to keep in mind is that it is ADSL ... so if you are looking to upload data, you will probably be able to do it only at somewhere near 384 kbps ...Maybe even slower ...Besides, make sure that the telephone lines in your office are clear.Dataone does not have problems ... but at my place, the telephone lines suck so bad, that whenever it rains, there is a LOT of disturbance and I am not able to establish a link ...If you're telephone lines are not reliable, you'd be better off getting a dedicated DSL line ...
 

Bluegene

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Aug 31, 2005
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Wow.!!!1 MBPS would make you fly...!i am also using BSNL for about 4-5 months..and yet not faced any such problem. No downloading problem, neither their Server is down..although if your exchange has some problem any day...than it might be possible that you may not get connected all day...although it happened with me just once when something was wrong with my exchage...Other wise...BSNL is good.Best of Luck Sandy
 


srrao

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Aug 3, 2005
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Originally posted by raja4u@Sep 11 2005, 12:28 PM
is BSNL stable & reliable
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IMO BSNL is stable and reliable.

If you would be uploading more data then you should be aware the BSNL is ADSL and so you should expect slow uploads. I could get max of 64 with home 256.

Not even a single day i had down time :p

Sandeep
 

raja4u

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Sep 11, 2005
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thx a lot for ur replies guysi am planning to go with this package or the other one2 Mbps for office use, its araound some 9 K ( that i can afford )my question is like for home purpose he stated that he is giving the dynamic IP address & for office he is giving out static IPist posible to share speed with that Dynaminc IP ?? jus a Queryi guess i can manage itthQ once againraja
 

webDEViL

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Sep 5, 2005
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you can logon to the 2mbps account from home and office
 


harry19

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Jul 9, 2005
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with BSNL you don't get static ip. though u can use various tools to setup things to work accordingly.