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#3601 last month

Raficoo
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Re: Feedback for Ogero

The "disconnection" problem seems to have been fixed.

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#3602 last month

leblinux
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Re: Feedback for Ogero

Hello, the team is aware of the issue and is working on a fix. We are very sorry for the inconveniences.

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#3603 last month

DNA
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Re: Feedback for Ogero

yea there was a range of subnets that had this problem, 178.x.x.x didn't have this issue, dunno if that was handled on different routers, reconnecting several times to get the 178 IP range fixed it for me

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#3604 last month

DG
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Re: Feedback for Ogero

Anyone with ogero still losing connectivity ?
All leds are "on" on the modem but I have no internet.

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#3605 last month

dio
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Re: Feedback for Ogero

DG wrote:

Anyone with ogero still losing connectivity ?
All leds are "on" on the modem but I have no internet.

Yup, been happening since last night for me. For now it's stable-ish. Don't know whats going on. At least it's everyone?

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#3606 last month

AliJ7
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Re: Feedback for Ogero

dio wrote:
DG wrote:

Anyone with ogero still losing connectivity ?
All leds are "on" on the modem but I have no internet.

Yup, been happening since last night for me. For now it's stable-ish. Don't know whats going on. At least it's everyone?

For me it was solved last night around 12..everything stable from then.

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#3607 5 weeks ago

wollyka
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Re: Feedback for Ogero

Is anybody suffering from low DSL speeds since last night in Beirut? Could the fires and the problem in the electricity be affecting it?

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#3608 5 weeks ago

dio
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Re: Feedback for Ogero

wollyka wrote:

Is anybody suffering from low DSL speeds since last night in Beirut? Could the fires and the problem in the electricity be affecting it?

So far nothing for me. I'm still max speed and latency is fine. (In Hamra)

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#3609 5 weeks ago

chosen2k
Member

Re: Feedback for Ogero

Anyone seen the deployment plan recently? pathetic.

https://www.ogero.gov.lb/deployment

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#3610 5 weeks ago

M03
Member

Re: Feedback for Ogero

chosen2k wrote:

Anyone seen the deployment plan recently? pathetic.

the pathetic part of it is that they removed the upcoming 2020-2021 deployment plan


on a side note (off topic), are we allowed to post threads that are not illegal but at the same time they're against ogero protocols?
not just ogero, say alfa, or the government itself. (in other words, they cannot sue me for those topics because they're not illegal but workarounds and stuff, they're forcing certain stuff that most people aren't aware of and i think the people should and must know about)

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#3611 5 weeks ago

nosense
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Re: Feedback for Ogero

M03 wrote:
chosen2k wrote:

Anyone seen the deployment plan recently? pathetic.

the pathetic part of it is that they removed the upcoming 2020-2021 deployment plan


on a side note (off topic), are we allowed to post threads that are not illegal but at the same time they're against ogero protocols?
not just ogero, say alfa, or the government itself. (in other words, they cannot sue me for those topics because they're not illegal but workarounds and stuff, they're forcing certain stuff that most people aren't aware of and i think the people should and must know about)

Do it and if it's against the forum rules the mods will take care of it

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#3612 4 weeks ago

SamyBr
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Re: Feedback for Ogero

So my router sometimes factory resets on its own (maybe power quality affecting this), and I have the PPPoE credentials to reconfigure it. It seems that after last time my connection is slower. We have the 4mb/s unlimited subscribtion, but after I reconfigured, the max speed is 2mb/s. Anyone experiencing slow downs? Or maybe I misconfigured something?

I used the guide from the thread:
"How to configure any DSL Modem" -> "Modem Configuration For Linksys" (can't post link)


I live in Saida, pretty close to the central

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#3613 4 weeks ago

ahk40a
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Re: Feedback for Ogero

SamyBr wrote:

So my router sometimes factory resets on its own (maybe power quality affecting this), and I have the PPPoE credentials to reconfigure it. It seems that after last time my connection is slower. We have the 4mb/s unlimited subscribtion, but after I reconfigured, the max speed is 2mb/s. Anyone experiencing slow downs? Or maybe I misconfigured something?

I used the guide from the thread:
"How to configure any DSL Modem" -> "Modem Configuration For Linksys" (can't post link)


I live in Saida, pretty close to the central

Hello, I am facing the same thing with a new router from ASUS. The problem is the same, it resets to factory settings after sometime. I read that this could be caused by a wrong firmware upgrade. Try upgrading your router using a LAN connected laptop. Perform several factory resets on the router. VPI/VCI set it to 0/35 i guess. MTU: 1492 Timeout"4320, Service Category: VBR without PCR.

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#3614 4 weeks ago

vengeance666
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Re: Feedback for Ogero

The modem resets itself to factory settings when the power suddenly cuts off for so many times. It's some sort of safety mechanism I suppose. I've seen it happen so many times at several people's homes. Not every modem does that but many do. The simple fix was to install a UPS backup battery and it never happened again.

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#3615 3 weeks ago

AliJ7
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Re: Feedback for Ogero

Anyone with OGERO suffering from constant disconnections for the past two hours?
my modem disconnected like 15 times already.
Anyone else or just me? Chiah centrale here.

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#3616 3 weeks ago

AliJ7
Member

Re: Feedback for Ogero

I would blame the weather but maybe there's a prob on there end just like a couple of days ago..

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#3617 3 weeks ago

DG
Member

Re: Feedback for Ogero

If your line is already in a bad condition then thunder, which usually causes an increase in errors, might be the cause.

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#3618 3 weeks ago

LifeEngineer
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Re: Feedback for Ogero

Guys I got Ogero very recently.
Those are my values:

    Upstream    Downstream
Current Rate (kbps)    404    6400
Max Rate (kbps)    418    7680
SNR Margin (dB)    7.3    9.9
Line Attenuation (dB)    36.7    24.3
Errors (pkts)    89    504

What does that mean?!

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#3619 3 weeks ago

Techlover
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Re: Feedback for Ogero

LifeEngineer wrote:

Guys I got Ogero very recently.
Those are my values:

    Upstream    Downstream
Current Rate (kbps)    404    6400
Max Rate (kbps)    418    7680
SNR Margin (dB)    7.3    9.9
Line Attenuation (dB)    36.7    24.3
Errors (pkts)    89    504

What does that mean?!

You line stats are not that good , but acceptable ( i mean not the 0.5 mbps some people are still suffering from) .

You are currently having 6.4 mbps which is around the maximum you can get on your line . The errors on your line are acceptable.

Anw, how far are you from the CO?

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#3620 3 weeks ago

LifeEngineer
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Re: Feedback for Ogero

Techlover wrote:

You line stats are not that good , but acceptable ( i mean not the 0.5 mbps some people are still suffering from) .

You are currently having 6.4 mbps which is around the maximum you can get on your line . The errors on your line are acceptable.

Anw, how far are you from the CO?

Thanks man for your reply.

I live in Zouk Mosbeh so not sure how far I am from the CO which is located near the highway in Adonis. Is it direct distance (bird's fly) or the normal road routing where the cables are in?!

Sometimes it's 3mbps which is half, sometimes 6 or 7 and sometimes it's 14 and 15mbps.
So i'm happy overall. I come from a cable 1 to 2mbps connection.

What annoys me is that I'm a PC gamer. The ping isn't great although they put me on the interleaving off and low ping mode.
In most games it hovers between 95 and 120ms with occasional spikes to a 1000 or more.
I expected much better than that honestly.
In other games, I can't join at all, like Battlefield 5. I can't play it on Ogero. I switch my 4g mobile hotspot and it works immediately. Weird stuff.

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#3621 3 weeks ago

LifeEngineer
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Re: Feedback for Ogero

Oh it seems whole Origin/EA account can't open on Ogero. Not even Apex is playable. It used to work perfectly at first. It's been like this for a week.

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#3622 3 weeks ago

Techlover
Member

Re: Feedback for Ogero

LifeEngineer wrote:
Techlover wrote:

You line stats are not that good , but acceptable ( i mean not the 0.5 mbps some people are still suffering from) .

You are currently having 6.4 mbps which is around the maximum you can get on your line . The errors on your line are acceptable.

Anw, how far are you from the CO?

Thanks man for your reply.

I live in Zouk Mosbeh so not sure how far I am from the CO which is located near the highway in Adonis. Is it direct distance (bird's fly) or the normal road routing where the cables are in?!

Sometimes it's 3mbps which is half, sometimes 6 or 7 and sometimes it's 14 and 15mbps.
So i'm happy overall. I come from a cable 1 to 2mbps connection.

What annoys me is that I'm a PC gamer. The ping isn't great although they put me on the interleaving off and low ping mode.
In most games it hovers between 95 and 120ms with occasional spikes to a 1000 or more.
I expected much better than that honestly.
In other games, I can't join at all, like Battlefield 5. I can't play it on Ogero. I switch my 4g mobile hotspot and it works immediately. Weird stuff.

Usually the distance to the CO is based on the road routing where the  cables pass .
And considering the speed fluctuations with ogero it is very abnormal. It shouldn't fluctuate that much . It seems your line is not really clean, but it may also be because of your internal wiring if it is not good , cca or old low quality , may be a wall socket , an old modem or modem that needs to be updated . I'd recommend to check your internal wiring, if the speed still fluctuates that much you should contact ogero . Your ping is probably related to such issues  .

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#3623 3 weeks ago

LifeEngineer
Member

Re: Feedback for Ogero

Techlover wrote:

Usually the distance to the CO is based on the road routing where the  cables pass .
And considering the speed fluctuations with ogero it is very abnormal. It shouldn't fluctuate that much . It seems your line is not really clean, but it may also be because of your internal wiring if it is not good , cca or old low quality , may be a wall socket , an old modem or modem that needs to be updated . I'd recommend to check your internal wiring, if the speed still fluctuates that much you should contact ogero . Your ping is probably related to such issues  .

My internal wiring is all new. The house has been renovated and we removed all of the old electrical cables and phone cable (as well as sanitary ofc) and installed new one. A new data cable is reaching the phone box at ground floor. The modem is new. I didn't finish my 1st month with Ogero yet.

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#3624 3 weeks ago

Techlover
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Re: Feedback for Ogero

LifeEngineer wrote:
Techlover wrote:

Usually the distance to the CO is based on the road routing where the  cables pass .
And considering the speed fluctuations with ogero it is very abnormal. It shouldn't fluctuate that much . It seems your line is not really clean, but it may also be because of your internal wiring if it is not good , cca or old low quality , may be a wall socket , an old modem or modem that needs to be updated . I'd recommend to check your internal wiring, if the speed still fluctuates that much you should contact ogero . Your ping is probably related to such issues  .

My internal wiring is all new. The house has been renovated and we removed all of the old electrical cables and phone cable (as well as sanitary ofc) and installed new one. A new data cable is reaching the phone box at ground floor. The modem is new. I didn't finish my 1st month with Ogero yet.

It may also be EM interference on your wiring .
But anyway it would be a good idea to check with ogero if there is a problem on their side .

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#3625 2 weeks ago

ahk40a
Member

Re: Feedback for Ogero

There is no activity here on this forum since days. Any update regarding the deployment plan for the fiber optic? It would be interesting to know such updates.

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