Category Archives: LTE

Relish.net Downtime/Issues

Last update: 29 July 2015 I’ve had some downtimes/issues on my Relish.net connection and wanted to track them (these are reported by a two different checks run every five minutes to monitor the connection) Most of the time everything is fine and with the 3 to 4 bars of signal showing on the router I get around 24 Mbps download (often as high as 30 Mbps) – UPDATE: see the July 29 2015 entry below Unless an entry says otherwise “lost internet” means I couldn’t ping outside beyond my router but…

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Relish.net vs Webcams

I have a webcam so when I travel I can keep an eye on my place.  A webcam is one of the few things you might have at home that you connect into from the outside world. Relish.net, unlike most ISPs, does not allow ordinary non business users to connect in to things like webcams. Having a dynamic hostname (from somewhere like dyndns.com) will not help. Yes you can find your home IP using it but the Relish  internal network will not allow the incoming connection.…

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Relish.net an Alternative to ADSL

Since I moved to Canary Wharf I’ve had intermittent problems with my ADSL. Mostly its OK. But sometimes for days the speed will drop from 6 Mbps down to 1 Mbps or worse. It will stay like this for a couple of hours or sometimes a few days. Apparently this due to the line or exchange or something that several BT engineers were unable to fully fix although they did work hard to solve it. I guess I shouldn’t complain because a large part of the…

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