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NorthEasterner
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FTTC

I am going to Dubai on sunday and I want to shut down my internet connection (router and modem) so no usage is being used.  How can I do this securely?
Also how can I push my upload speed higher?
Best reagards
Jamie
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Plusnet Help Team
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Re: FTTC

Hi there,
Although not essential we'd advise logging into the fibre router to disconnect before powering the equipment off. A guide including how to do that with our equipment can be found here:
http://www.plus.net/support/broadband/hardware/technicolor-582n-fibre-setup-guide.shtml
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Also how can I push my upload speed higher?

That depends on what's offered by your supplier, I see you're with BT for your fibre now so you'd be best raising that question with them.
Adam
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 Adam Walker
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Re: FTTC

Thanks Adam
It is nice to see that PN staff help ex customers whenever they have a problem and point them in the right direction  Smiley
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