Have you taken a look at the Log Manager application which is available in the control panel? You m...
Have you taken a look at the Log Manager application which is available in the control panel? You might need to click "More" at the end of the Advanced collection to see this.
Log Manager only displays archived logs, you'd need to rotate (restart) them using the button to pick up the current one - and achieve what you are asking.
My logs automatically rotate at the end of each month with the old log dated and archived. Clicking the "Date" column header will display the logs in date order. Click again to get newest first.
You can download and/or delete old logs if you wish.
The IP profile on your line is fine, this is dictated by the sync speed between the router and the ...
The IP profile on your line is fine, this is dictated by the sync speed between the router and the cabinet. We can't reset these remotely. The people you've spoken to may be getting confused between that and the product speed on our side, which as you correctly guessed was still at ADSL speeds. Can you try a single reboot of the router and see what speeds you're getting now please.
I have data saver on, so no unnecessary background data is in use when I'm on wifi AFAIK Data s...
I have data saver on, so no unnecessary background data is in use when I'm on wifi
AFAIK Data saver will only restrict background data when using mobile data( 3/4g ). So if your phone is not connected to wifi very often, then when it does connect it is either downloading lots of queued updates or ( more likely to cause problems ) is synching/backing up your data to your google account. Check your sync settings on your phone
Yes, in my case it was a Geolocation thing. The Geolocation databases used by some VoIP providers a...
Yes, in my case it was a Geolocation thing. The Geolocation databases used by some VoIP providers are out of date and claim the Plusnet IP is located in the usa. Static ips are not in this problem IP ranges. There's a few threads about this.
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1) You probably are on fibre to the cabinet, where the last part of the connection is delivered ove...1) You probably are on fibre to the cabinet, where the last part of the connection is delivered over a copper telephone line. This is the most common type of fibre connection.
2) no downside to removing the cap, other than it costs more.
3) it sounds like you're currently on fibre unlimited package which has downloaded and upload capped at 40 / 2 respectively.
To remove the the 2 meg upload cap you need to switch to the Unlimited Fibre Extra which has an extra cost associated with it, this gives you a theoretical maximum of 80 down and 20 up.
There is one gotcha, in that Plusnet won't put you on this service unless the estimated Max download on your line is over 40 meg.
Use the BTW ADSL checker to see if your download speed is estimated at over 40 meg.
Unlike BT, Plusnet currently don't offer a 50/10 fibre package so if you can't get 80/20 product you're stuck with the 2 meg upload cap unless you switch provider or Plusnet change their offerings in the future.
It's been mentioned on here about offering 50/10 in the future but Plusnet always refuse to be drawn on the subject, citing commercial reasons.
- BT Ultra HD box
scoobyjones1 wrote: I have a very high quality youview ultra HD box from BT........surely there'...
I have a very high quality youview ultra HD box from BT........surely there's a way to reset the BT youview Ultra HD box and view the extra plusnet subscription channels...ie BT sport HD...which would be great for the Ashes coming up! :-)
Your BT box will work fine on the Plusnet TV network.
I have used a normal retail Humax box (the silver ones), before instead of the box supplied by Plusnet. When you plug it in it will identify the broadband line provider (BT, Plusnet or TalkTalk), and download the ISP profile which appears to confirm which branding and channels you can access (subscription dependant).
However, to set up Plusnet TV they insist on you taking one of their boxes or they can't open a TV account, nor can they support your BT box if it goes wrong.
If your order their zapper box (only £7 upfront I think), then they can set up your account, use it to get your TV service up and running then swap it for the BT box:
The router was updated early hours of the 16th so the time coincides. Is that nmap to your static...
The router was updated early hours of the 16th so the time coincides.
Is that nmap to your static IP? I assume the ports are closed if you run a scan here too?
Have you double checked the router config, specifically that it's still set to forward DMZ traffic to the appropriate host?
What happens if you manually forward one of the service ports to the server? Does that service spring to life again?
Hi @zopatista, Welcome to the forums! We have a spam filter in place that can be a little bit twi...
Welcome to the forums! We have a spam filter in place that can be a little bit twitchy with new users depending on the content that is posted. I just checked the spam filter and found your post and released it so that it can be publicly viewed.