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    Hi all,
    Are there any people here who are getting the 117.192.xx.xx series of IP's. They can go to www.whatismyip.org and find out there IP.

    If somebody gets a 117 series IP can they post the same either during or after the IP has been changed (resetting the connection) . I just want to know few things hence bothering you guys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shirish View Post
    I just want to know few things hence bothering you guys.
    Hi Shirish, Can you explain a bit what are those few things. If you explain in detail what you are looking for,it will be useful to us in helping you.
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    Use FireFox Browser 3.0.5 use this add on.

    ermodev | Firefox Extensions - External IP shows your current external IP address

    or Current IP Check
    Para two:

    Whenever your DYNAMIC IP changes it will be shown.
    But your gateway as shown in Modem's Device status
    page will/may not change.

    For PortForwarding a "Pseudo" static IP
    is recommended by portforward.com.

    Archive in my post
    http://www.whatismyip.org

    http://www.ermodev.se/visa_WhatsAnIpAddress.htm

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    Quote Originally Posted by shirish View Post
    Hi all,
    If somebody gets a 117 series IP can they post the same either during or after the IP has been changed (resetting the connection) .
    This thread is going to be hammered because all of the newer subscribers of BSNL are given 117.xx.xx.xx as IP address. It is because they are connected to the newer upgraded multiplay network

    Any number of resetting is not going to change the IP series. It is still going to be 117.xx.xx.xx format only.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shirish View Post
    Hi all,
    Are there any people here who are getting the 117.192.xx.xx series of IP's. They can go to www.whatismyip.org and find out there IP.

    If somebody gets a 117 series IP can they post the same either during or after the IP has been changed (resetting the connection) . I just want to know few things hence bothering you guys.
    plz explain ur doubts and queries clearly ... i am sure we will be able to help you

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    I am basically looking for people who can tell me what kind of speeds they are getting on the 117.192.xx.xx series.

    Also if they have been using IPTV for the same.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shirish View Post
    I am basically looking for people who can tell me what kind of speeds they are getting on the 117.192.xx.xx series.

    Also if they have been using IPTV for the same.
    The IP range mentioned by u will be quite common among many subscribers of BSNL. Now here are some facts. The speed which u get is dependant upon a large number of factors. The condition of the telephone line, distance of the premise from the telephone exchange, number of users connected to a particular DSLAM in the exchange. Now the third point is to be noted with importance. BSNL is implementing a contention ratio of 1:49, it means u will be sharing your connection with 49 other people in the same exchange. Amongst these 49, if 20 started downloading at their top rates speeds, the speeds of the other users will be affected to a small scale.

    So what i mean to say, in short, is that regardless of the IP address the speeds may keep on varying for subscribers depending upon various real time factors.

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    Shirish, all Pune users are on 117.x.x.x IP subnet.

    I am getting decent speed with BSNL DNS servers:

    BSNL bandwith meter says 1979.7 kbps

    Speedtest displays the following:
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    @ just4kix nope, I'm not but then I'm on 750 UL. Perhaps the 500C or others like that have been shifted to the 117.192.xx.xx series.

    @cool_techie_tvm while you are right, I was thinking if there have been any change as regarding bandwidth. I know the UL users are throttled, dunno about 117.192.xx.xx . For whatever its worth, I have also come to know that 117.192.xx.xx series guys are going to be getting IPTV/multiplay. Now IPTV should need much more download needs and usage compared to vanilla broadband.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shirish View Post
    @cool_techie_tvm while you are right, I was thinking if there have been any change as regarding bandwidth. I know the UL users are throttled, dunno about 117.192.xx.xx . For whatever its worth, I have also come to know that 117.192.xx.xx series guys are going to be getting IPTV/multiplay. Now IPTV should need much more download needs and usage compared to vanilla broadband.
    When u opt for IPTV services, your router will sync at 6mbps downstream with the exchange. Out of this 2mbps will be taken for broadband services and the rest will be taken for IPTV services. Note that the threshold of 2mbps is because the maximum speed supported by home connections is 2mbps. But since u are in UL plan, your bandwidth will be fixed at 256kbps only.

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    The IP address is not plan dependent. It has been generally agreed that those connectiosn that are not port bound are on the subnet 59.x.x.x whereas port bound connections are on 117.x.x.x. My IP address has always been 117.x.x.x even when I was on UL900+ plan.

    There is no throttling or speed restriction as you can see from my speed test result. Just that during 2 AM to 8 AM, the traffic increases tremendously. If too many people are trying to use the same gate, it is natural that congestion will happen.
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