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  1. With a VPN? Special modem / router? Which torrent client?
  2. I live in an old building and there is no fiber and also probably will not be I do not download too much but I expected it to be faster than 4 MB. What about Bezeq? Same story?
  3. But 4-5 MB download is what you should get in a 200 MB package? In the hot spot 4g from the phone I get 4-5 megabytes ... I was expecting more from such an infrastructure
  4. What is the policy? What speeds do you get in a VPN? Can you tell what speeds you reached before and after the cap?
  5. How fast should I expect with a 200 Mega Hot + Hot Net connection in torrents? I'm not going through the 3-4 megabytes of Ubuntu torrent. In the hot spot from the phone I get to the 5th area ... but in the speed test I get very close to 200. Even in the http downloads, I'm not under the impression that the speed was particularly high. I had a HOT technician this morning, saying that the infrastructure is normal
  6. Hi I work in remote connection. I have 200 MB hot and it does not work properly, sometimes gets stuck and sometimes disconnects. If I connect to the internet via hot spot from the phone, it works really better. And the phone is Hot Mobile. How can I figure out what the differences are between them and try to get a home internet connection that will allow me the same speed? Ping's time is the same thanks
  7. Hi I have hot infrastructure and hot net provider both 200 MB. Hotbox router I got from them. Speed ​​test shows pretty full speed and by and large the internet works a spin. But in torrents the story is completely different - the speed goes up to a few hundred kB, then goes down to zero, stays at zero for ten seconds, climbs again, and goes down like that all the time. In practice the downloads are really slow. I tried to restart the router a few times but it did not help. It also happens when sitting next to the router with the laptop and I do not seem to have a matter of reception. When I gave up and downloaded from the Internet from the phone I got a 4 megabyte stable, so the problem does not seem to be on the computer. I'm also unsure about the download speed.
  8. Anyone have any idea why the Bezeq modem's light is blinking green / orange? The router is the owner of the apartment that is in reserve in the Navy and it will be difficult to get it any time soon. Bezeq is unwilling to provide service. Thanks
  9. And Hot Net is that? And how is Hot? At least in terms of service, it felt like talking to Bezeq, a monopoly that doesn't count customers
  10. Hi I am considering eager to join the internet, I see that they have a provider + infrastructure. The supplier is ITC. Anyone know this supplier? Worth something? Or will I buy expensive infrastructure and the bottleneck will be that supplier? Thanks
  11. It's interesting what you say. So apparently there is no choice but to upgrade. At least we learned something new
  12. The computer I am connecting to has 70 MB symmetric. On the computer from which I connect remotely everything I bring up is my mouse position and keyboards on the keyboard. I don't seem to need any more. And download I download a low quality image and read it should not be more than a few tens of megabytes per hour (and I also see it now when I use the phone for RDP with Hot Spot) so yes, I expect it to work
  13. It is not great wisdom to solve problems like this and learn nothing like that. If there is no choice I will. On the other hand, it might not solve the problem either. I'm not sure what the problem is but I wouldn't expect that I would need such a serious connection to connect to the RDP.
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