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#5801 February 19

HzSamer
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Re: Internet in Lebanon - General Questions

amkahal wrote:

Guys, who is the best provider when it comes to peak time speeds?
i'm currently with THGV, they are all time perfect, but issues start one month ago, i barely get 500kbps after 7PM on a VDSL connection.
any suggestions ? what do you think about Terranet "Terra play" bundle ?


Ogero is the best

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#5802 February 20

alifawaz99
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Re: Internet in Lebanon - General Questions

Hello guys,
I have a question please,
1)What's the best MTU size for Ogero PPPoE?
Is it 1492, or 1480(default) or something else?
2)By the way, do I have to reduce my ethernet MTU to be the same as PPPoE or 1500 is good for that?

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#5803 April 15

Moudimadi
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Re: Internet in Lebanon - General Questions

Hello all, the reseller im taking from isn't giving me a website to check the speed and the quota available. i asked him he said he's stopping it i can't see it. I have the PPPOE username and password and when i go to speedtest i get the company he's taking from Energy Bridge Sarl. i went to their website and i did put my username and password but it didn't open. Can anyone help me please?

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#5804 April 19

new_user
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Re: Internet in Lebanon - General Questions

I have dsl from IDM and my neighbour in the same building has the same. However, we get our connection from 2 different lines. My line has higher SNR and max attainable speed of 4Mbps while my neighbour only has 2Mbps. However, due to power issues in the Ogero central, I only get internet after 6:30 pm. This is when generators turn on. My neighbour has very few connection outages. (Less than 2 hrs per day)

Does anyone know why 2 subscribers in the same building would be connected to 2 different lines? And is it possible to switch to the same line as my neighbour? I'd rather get a slow connection that is available all the time than a faster connection that is not available during the day.

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#5805 April 23

new_user
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Re: Internet in Lebanon - General Questions

Moudimadi wrote:

Hello all, the reseller im taking from isn't giving me a website to check the speed and the quota available. i asked him he said he's stopping it i can't see it. I have the PPPOE username and password and when i go to speedtest i get the company he's taking from Energy Bridge Sarl. i went to their website and i did put my username and password but it didn't open. Can anyone help me please?

Try this: When your subscription expires do not renew it. When you open any webpage you might get automatically redirected to the website of your provider.

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#5806 June 20

new_user
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Re: Internet in Lebanon - General Questions

Why have ISPs not mentioned their new DSL prices yet? (I have checked IDM, Sodetel and Terranet) I think we have the right to know the new prices ahead of time to be able to plan on any changes we need to make to be able to accommodate the new pricing. I know Ogero have already mentioned their new prices but other ISPs are usually more expensive so we can't use Ogero as a benchmark.

Also IDM are now charging 10% extra for online payments. The only way to find that out is at the last step of payment. Couldn't they at least state that more clearly?!!

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#5807 June 21

yourlocalfbiagent
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Re: Internet in Lebanon - General Questions

Do you know if the 10% also applies to bank domiciliation payyments?

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#5808 June 21

new_user
Member

Re: Internet in Lebanon - General Questions

yourlocalfbiagent wrote:

Do you know if the 10% also applies to bank domiciliation payyments?

No idea

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#5809 1 weeks ago

ahk40a
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Re: Internet in Lebanon - General Questions

Hello, I am having an issue in the mountains. Does anyone know how much is the cost of cable internet and how much is the daily cap? I am trying to understand how much we will be consuming. Thanks.

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