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#3426 last month

eWizzard

Re: Feedback for Ogero

No idea, but I've come across the same problem on a few more completely unrelated websites as well, BBC being one of them. It seems unlikely to be due to censorship.

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#3427 last month

Raficoo

Re: Feedback for Ogero

So yeah, I don't know why I didn't think of this the moment I encountered this problem, but changing the DNS to 8.8.8.8 (or any alternative) fixes it, so the problem seems to be with the default DNS Ogero is using

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#3428 last month

xazbrat

Re: Feedback for Ogero

Raficoo wrote:

So yeah, I don't know why I didn't think of this the moment I encountered this problem, but changing the DNS to 8.8.8.8 (or any alternative) fixes it, so the problem seems to be with the default DNS Ogero is using

I have been having problems for a while and switched to the cloudflare's dns maybe 10 days ago.  I was having problems with a few sites and this took care of that even though  someone compared cloudflare to ogero's dns and found it to be slower, but it is more reliable than ogero.

And as a bonus, sites like thepiratebay are coming in whereas we had to use a vpn or mirror site to access them.

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#3429 last month

Ahmad Toutounji

Re: Feedback for Ogero

Is anyone experiencing random disconnections in Ras Beirut?

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#3430 4 weeks ago

AymanS

Re: Feedback for Ogero

Nop its fine ,

But the question is 2 months have already passed from q1 1 more to go , are we still on schedule regarding fiber in ras-beirut  , are they installing?? does anyone has info regarding this area
Another question ras beirut to get ffth or fttc ?

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#3431 4 weeks ago

Kareem

Re: Feedback for Ogero

AymanS wrote:

Nop its fine ,

But the question is 2 months have already passed from q1 1 more to go , are we still on schedule regarding fiber in ras-beirut  , are they installing?? does anyone has info regarding this area
Another question ras beirut to get ffth or fttc ?

I don't think you're getting it anytime soon. I asked someone at Ogero if Mathaf / Ras Nabeh is going to get FTTC by end of Q2 and he said they're delayed and doesn't think it's going to happen before next year although it says Q2.

I'm still in denial...

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#3432 4 weeks ago

fadel

Re: Feedback for Ogero

AymanS wrote:

Nop its fine ,

But the question is 2 months have already passed from q1 1 more to go , are we still on schedule regarding fiber in ras-beirut  , are they installing?? does anyone has info regarding this area
Another question ras beirut to get ffth or fttc ?



https://twitter.com/ikreidieh/status/11 … 52576?s=20

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#3433 4 weeks ago

Kareem

Re: Feedback for Ogero

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#3434 4 weeks ago

xazbrat

Re: Feedback for Ogero

He references "ground" and "ducts" issues a bit (prior tweets about delay), and I have no clue what he is talking about.  Maybe some translation error or technical term I am not aware of?

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#3435 4 weeks ago

Aly

Re: Feedback for Ogero

xazbrat wrote:

He references "ground" and "ducts" issues a bit (prior tweets about delay), and I have no clue what he is talking about.  Maybe some translation error or technical term I am not aware of?

He once explained in a live video, that they are deploying fiber cables all over the country in the old existing infrastructure tubes (ground), sometimes work is going fine and other times it is not possible due to tight overcrowded tubes or very bad infrastructure to start with ... in this case they need to excavate the ground and do the job properly from scratch, which will cause delays and deadlines wont be met.

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#3436 3 weeks ago

xazbrat

Re: Feedback for Ogero

Aly wrote:
xazbrat wrote:

He references "ground" and "ducts" issues a bit (prior tweets about delay), and I have no clue what he is talking about.  Maybe some translation error or technical term I am not aware of?

He once explained in a live video, that they are deploying fiber cables all over the country in the old existing infrastructure tubes (ground), sometimes work is going fine and other times it is not possible due to tight overcrowded tubes or very bad infrastructure to start with ... in this case they need to excavate the ground and do the job properly from scratch, which will cause delays and deadlines wont be met.

Ok thanks--that seems to clarify it quite a bit--I would have used different terminology, but to each his own I guess.

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#3437 2 weeks ago

DG

Re: Feedback for Ogero

Modem configuration question: I have an old (but perfectly working) Thomson modem TG 585 v7.

I am moving houses in 1.5 months and I already applied for a phone line and DSL internet at the new apartment. However, Ogero said I will have to buy a new TP-Link modem to be used at the new apartment I am moving into. Otherwise I will have to take my current Thomson modem to Mina El Hosn for configuration.
Is there another way to do this without going to Mina El Hosn and still use my old modem at the new apartment ?

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#3438 2 weeks ago

ahk40a

Re: Feedback for Ogero

DG wrote:

Modem configuration question: I have an old (but perfectly working) Thomson modem TG 585 v7.

I am moving houses in 1.5 months and I already applied for a phone line and DSL internet at the new apartment. However, Ogero said I will have to buy a new TP-Link modem to be used at the new apartment I am moving into. Otherwise I will have to take my current Thomson modem to Mina El Hosn for configuration.
Is there another way to do this without going to Mina El Hosn and still use my old modem at the new apartment ?

You could try extracting the new username and password from the TP-Link if you buy it. Else take the old one to Mina El Hosn. It is preferred to buy a VDSL model and send it to them.

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#3439 2 weeks ago

dio

Re: Feedback for Ogero

DG wrote:

Modem configuration question: I have an old (but perfectly working) Thomson modem TG 585 v7.

I am moving houses in 1.5 months and I already applied for a phone line and DSL internet at the new apartment. However, Ogero said I will have to buy a new TP-Link modem to be used at the new apartment I am moving into. Otherwise I will have to take my current Thomson modem to Mina El Hosn for configuration.
Is there another way to do this without going to Mina El Hosn and still use my old modem at the new apartment ?

I felt the same way when they told me I had to do that, to my surprise, it took me 15 minutes total. It was quick and painless.

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#3440 2 weeks ago

Ahmad Toutounji

Re: Feedback for Ogero

You can't acquire the PPPOE user & pass, If I remember correctly they used to send it to you by email , but that was a long time ago.
Now they don't do that for whatever reason. You can extract the password from the Thomson modem if they programmed it , by a tool called ADSL account recovery provided by a user from lebgeeks, or you can use inspect element on the password if you have a tplink modem.

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#3441 2 weeks ago

dio

Re: Feedback for Ogero

Ahmad Toutounji wrote:

You can't acquire the PPPOE user & pass, If I remember correctly they used to send it to you by email , but that was a long time ago.
Now they don't do that for whatever reason. You can extract the password from the Thomson modem if they programmed it , by a tool called ADSL account recovery provided by a user from lebgeeks, or you can use inspect element on the password if you have a tplink modem.

No, there is a way to do it, I've done it before when setting up my new router. There is a thread on LebGeeks that tells you how to do it. Don't recall exactly where. It's some kind of Chrome extension or the like.

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#3442 2 weeks ago

Ahmad Toutounji

Re: Feedback for Ogero

dio wrote:
Ahmad Toutounji wrote:

You can't acquire the PPPOE user & pass, If I remember correctly they used to send it to you by email , but that was a long time ago.
Now they don't do that for whatever reason. You can extract the password from the Thomson modem if they programmed it , by a tool called ADSL account recovery provided by a user from lebgeeks, or you can use inspect element on the password if you have a tplink modem.

No, there is a way to do it, I've done it before when setting up my new router. There is a thread on LebGeeks that tells you how to do it. Don't recall exactly where. It's some kind of Chrome extension or the like.

Yes that's what i meant by "ADSL account recovery" but in my experience it only works with thomson.

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