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  1. #1
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    cari.net or ctn1.net ?

    Hello
    What is better between this 2 service ? Any of you can push all 3200GB bandwidth of them ? And which one have better oversea network ?
    Thank you for any comment

  2. #2
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    Cari.net is mostly unsaturated. We used to have a 100 megabit uplink which we would often push up over 60 megabit for extended periods of time. The only issue I see with them is the level of support, its cheap, but its also pretty crappy in my opinion.

  3. #3
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    how about ctn1.net ? anyone used to be their customer before ?

  4. #4
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    cari.net not to bad I have had ok experiences with them

    ctn1 we recently purchased one there and it appears to vary how it is by what day it is. For some reason 1 day its doing 80mbit easy as can be next day it struggles for 2mbit. It also has randomly restarted many of times and 1 time they told it was because they rebooted the router, guess everytime someone restarts a router you have to restart the server. For price not bad but they seem to be a new company working to get settled in.

  5. #5
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    Thank you for your comment . What do you think i should go with ? Cari or ctn1 ?

  6. #6
    We have got two servers at ctn1.net.
    We experienced the same as Nessun: incredible perfomance breakdowns .-(

    On Thursday last week they added new router hardware and servers were unreachbale for about 3 hours....after that on Thursday morning every was fine...but now upload to the servers is capped to sometimes less than 2mbits :-(

    They seem to have only ONE link to the internet instead of five one month ago: ctn1. net / reseau.php ?lg=en (delete spaces)

    And as you can see...that is absolutely overloaded :-(

    Hope that they will immediately add a second or faster link to the internet ... so long i really cannot recommend ctn1.net as your choice

    Paul

  7. #7
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    Their routes are flapping pretty bad, thats for sure.

  8. #8
    they're going to install new hardware on wednesday to resolve problems with bad performance.
    Hope this will enhance the performance, because the price is superb (6mbit for Euro/US$ 49,- a month).

    Paul

  9. #9
    Join Date
    Jan 2005
    Location
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    Go with Cari.net, they are going through some major improvements right now, especially due to their new business branch- Complex Drive Business Internet

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