Two facts about Maxnet

Discussion in 'NZ Computing' started by JF, Feb 29, 2004.

  1. JF

    JF Guest

    They are supposed to send a warning by email when you go beyond 10 GB of
    international traffic (their limit is 12 GB). Well, in fact they don't. I
    sent an email to ask them why I didn't receive any warning, and I didn't
    receive any answer.

    I also thought they were not shaping eDonkey traffic but they do actually.
    Last week (last of February), when I was going beyond 10 GB of international
    traffic, I was doing ~14 KB/sec. I presume that way I could go beyond 12
    GB... quicker ;)

    Now, I am doing 2 KB/sec.
     
    JF, Feb 29, 2004
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  2. JF

    XPD Guest

    "JF" <> wrote in message
    news:404268d0$...
    > They are supposed to send a warning by email when you go beyond 10 GB of
    > international traffic (their limit is 12 GB). Well, in fact they don't. I
    > sent an email to ask them why I didn't receive any warning, and I didn't
    > receive any answer.
    >
    > I also thought they were not shaping eDonkey traffic but they do actually.
    > Last week (last of February), when I was going beyond 10 GB of

    international
    > traffic, I was doing ~14 KB/sec. I presume that way I could go beyond 12
    > GB... quicker ;)
    >
    > Now, I am doing 2 KB/sec.
    >
    >


    Its an old and very well known fact that 90% of NZ ISP's shape P2P services.
    :-/
    Even ones who claim they dont, usually do....
     
    XPD, Mar 1, 2004
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