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> Official TM High Speed Broadband (HSBB) Thread V2, TM HSBB Launching Live Now ! (News)

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dr3nchippo
post Feb 18 2010, 12:06 PM

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QUOTE(wodenus @ Feb 18 2010, 01:42 AM)
Not really.. have to do a pingtest to be sure. Hye can you guys do a ping test at pingtest.net? then we can see what the connection quality is really like smile.gif
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pingtest.net results.. obviously the test to kl server is very good.. tests to other servers shows relatively high ping... with 0% packet loss and almost no jitter all TM have to do is deal with the high ping time.. and they're all set!!

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QUOTE(sg999 @ Feb 18 2010, 10:19 AM)
where your area?
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section 19 pj.. near tropicana city mall..

QUOTE(edthrax @ Feb 18 2010, 11:16 AM)
the dude's doing the registration for the items rite now..will try to snap few pics.. basically its the fibre modem,D-Link DIR-615 Wireless N router, and a DECT cordless phone. The guy said its all free.. huhu
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yup all free... btw dun gatal2 and go hard reset the router.. all settings will be wiped out!! if u need help configuring the router pm me..


QUOTE(azwan92 @ Feb 18 2010, 11:23 AM)
Can my Belkin Wireless N support fiber optic? or need their special modem?
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the fiber optic cable will terminate to the fiber modem.. the router & DECT phone connects to the modem... not sure about ur router though, if im not mistaken tm is using vlan in the router for troubleshooting purposes...
besides the router provided is not that bad, heck its even free...

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post Feb 18 2010, 01:32 PM

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Oh ok, thanks for the info, as long as the service is good. I have the same ping to USA with my 1Mbps. I seek for a lower ping after the 'real' upgrade.

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QUOTE(soundsyst64 @ Feb 18 2010, 08:03 AM)
we can live without it even it'll reach Kuching in 2014 or 2020. biggrin.gif In fact, I'm happy with my 1mbps.
What we want to see is overall performance (stability + speed offers + price). And I'm waiting for at least a few negative comments HSBB users smile.gif
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Yes, means having HSBB around is not solving the performance that were issued long time ago. I haven't seen that people talk about HSBB IPV6. Anyone have this info...?

QUOTE(MX510 @ Feb 18 2010, 09:02 AM)
Now everyone can host their website on their PC since plenty of bandwidth to play with technology almost similar like leased line
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Don't forget most of us are using dynamic IP Address. It is almost stability and reliability lies behind the HSBB project.


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For people who received the letter from HSBB but nobody called, please call 1300881222 to register your package.

DO NOT call streamyx because they know NOTHING and will keep asking you to wait until the trial over also ask you to wait.

I just called the HSBB line and the customer service straight away explain to me about HSBB and registered my confirmation. Next week TM people should come to my house. Can't wait! laugh.gif
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post Feb 18 2010, 03:01 PM

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just finished my installation.. now using my HSBB connection.. well as for local content..very fast.. upload/download 19-20Mbps.. while international abit slow but not that bad..

as for download...manage to get torrent at 1.8Mbytes/s .. 4 times faster than my previous 4mbps connection..quite happy...
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QUOTE(edthrax @ Feb 18 2010, 04:01 PM)
just finished my installation.. now using my HSBB connection.. well as for local content..very fast.. upload/download 19-20Mbps.. while international abit slow but not that bad..

as for download...manage to get torrent at 1.8Mbytes/s .. 4 times faster than my previous 4mbps connection..quite happy...
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which area u from?
anyone from puchong?


Added on February 18, 2010, 3:10 pm
QUOTE(xcen @ Feb 18 2010, 03:35 PM)
For people who received the letter from HSBB but nobody called, please call 1300881222 to register your package.

DO NOT call streamyx because they know NOTHING and will keep asking you to wait until the trial over also ask you to wait.

I just called the HSBB line and the customer service straight away explain to me about HSBB and registered my confirmation. Next week TM people should come to my house. Can't wait! laugh.gif
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which area r u from again?

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post Feb 18 2010, 05:03 PM

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> Official TM High Speed Broadband (HSBB) Thread V2, find out on how to become a beta tester!

umm...so how?
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post Feb 18 2010, 05:03 PM

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Are there any testers around the Bangsar area?
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QUOTE(knuxed @ Feb 18 2010, 05:03 PM)
Are there any testers around the Bangsar area?
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There's a lot.
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QUOTE(xpresside @ Feb 18 2010, 05:03 PM)
> Official TM High Speed Broadband (HSBB) Thread V2, find out on how to become a beta tester!

umm...so how?
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Basically, i guess they will choose those who falls within the coverage area and also who been a good subscriber of streamyx for years.


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post Feb 18 2010, 05:26 PM

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overall connection seems to be better than streamyx but my vpn to singapore is worst than streamyx.. guess i still need to use streamyx for my vpn
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QUOTE(xpresside @ Feb 18 2010, 05:03 PM)
> Official TM High Speed Broadband (HSBB) Thread V2, find out on how to become a beta tester!

umm...so how?
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my bad, i thought there was a way to become a beta tester.
i think that TM just randomly picks anyone to become a beta tester by sending them an e-mail with comfirmation to become one.
just pray it'll be one of us.

beta tester guys, please do us a favour by posting your local and international speed by doing a speedtest.
or even a screenshot of your donwload speed for big size files would be sweet too.
if you've done it, thank you.

please do feel free to post some pictures of the other stuff that was given to you guys by TM.
do continue to update us for those any upcoming beta testers.

hopefully the prices will be reveal soon and i hope its not to pricey. cross fingers.
for now, lets continue discussing TM's HSBB smile.gif


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post Feb 18 2010, 06:46 PM

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can't recall who but someone wanted speedtest to singapore...

here goes...

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and added to japan as well...

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and to sydney, au...

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cheers... smile.gif


Added on February 18, 2010, 6:53 pm
QUOTE(rajulkabir @ Feb 18 2010, 06:50 AM)
I wonder if the D-Link router is a requirement, or if it can be put in a closet in favor of our own equipment. It's not something I would want on my network.
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definately gonna be a requirement...they mention we can't even change the settings of the router as they will refresh it back periodically...even the WEP password is set by them...to change u need to make a request via the service center and get it approved or something...

not sure why but am presuming they just want to control things...but am sure when its live they won't have the bandwith to monitor to closely...

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QUOTE(sbd18 @ Feb 18 2010, 06:46 PM)
can't recall who but someone wanted speedtest to singapore...

here goes...

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and added to japan as well...

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and to sydney, au...

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cheers... smile.gif


Added on February 18, 2010, 6:53 pm

definately gonna be a requirement...they mention we can't even change the settings of the router as they will refresh it back periodically...even the WEP password is set by them...to change u need to make a request via the service center and get it approved or something...

not sure why but am presuming they just want to control things...but am sure when its live they won't have the bandwith to monitor to closely...
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to change the WEP password is a no problem. Changed it right after they finished installing just now.
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Based on the screenies latency issue is still not fixed. Ping to US and EU seems good but a bit high for asia-based servers. Hope its fixed cause high latency to singapore or japan is ridiculous :|

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not good la for online gaming if latency is high
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QUOTE(xpresside @ Feb 18 2010, 07:50 PM)
not good la for online gaming if latency is high
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Bear in mind HSBB is in T R I A L or B E T A, so there're still testing them. Don't judge too quickly on things thats not even finished. We will just have to wait and hope these problems will be ironed on when they are release (doubt it'll happen biggrin.gif).
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post Feb 18 2010, 08:20 PM

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Had a chat with the HSBB people.They said that the details are coming out at the end of March.
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post Feb 18 2010, 08:33 PM

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QUOTE(knuxed @ Feb 18 2010, 09:20 PM)
Had a chat with the HSBB people.They said that the details are coming out at the end of March.
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still longway to go......... shocking.gif
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QUOTE(ahpek26 @ Feb 18 2010, 07:54 PM)
Bear in mind HSBB is in T R I A L or B E T A, so there're still testing them. Don't judge too quickly on things thats not even finished. We will just have to wait and hope these problems will be ironed on when they are release (doubt it'll happen biggrin.gif).
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game also good la. i played RO2 with no connection lagging at all.huhu

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