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Thread: Link3 vs. smaller providers (Mazeda, Dot, etc.)

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    My story is that I've been in Bangladesh (mostly Dhaka) for almost four years now and after spending a year with GP Internet and then BTCL I moved to Qubee. BTCL was a terrible experience with frequent drop-outs. I came from 12 Mbps cable broadband but I had experience with 512 Kbps mobile broadband so Qubee's offers at the time were not too shabby. I almost had 100% uptime for three years, rain or shine.

    I (actually, the account holder, which is not me, but let's assume it is) am an ACE club member, but that doesn't help when it comes to bandwidth allocation. Their FUP has caught up to me. I am not into downloading pirated material that much but my household's combined need has grown. There is so much useful content on the Web now that equating Gigabytes of downloads to piracy is just WRONG.

    I am now looking at Mazeda and Dot Internet, but I have also heard about Link3 from a friend. I do a lot of remote work and research and connect to servers in Europe and North America via SSH as well as meetings in Australia via Adobe Connect. Qubee has never given me good latency since WiMAX is inherently delay-prone, so I'm looking for at least 512 Kbps and minimal latency across the all transcontinental connections.

    And yes, uptime is really important as downtime makes a lot of people angry. Not 100%, but I don't want to deal with disconnections and sudden slow-downs during heavy rain and the sort, or due to an incompetent system/network administrator messing something up (I wish I could give them free advice but often they don't take it, as I experienced when troubleshooting a friend's home network).

    So, I'd really appreciate it if anyone using the services of these three providers (especially in and around Lalmatia, where I live) can report on their experience with uptime, speeds and latency. I am posting this mainly because I noticed some complaints about Link3, otherwise I would've gone ahead with them. You guys are a great help!

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    Link3 from general evaluation almost seems fine, but there are frequent congestion issues grinding things to a halt.

    Dot, as per this megathread http://banglagamer.com/showthread.ph...-DOT-Internet/ (skip to the last few pages) is not recommended.

    No experience with mazeda, but tagging a friend who uses them as a secondary connection - @k1ngdom

    I personally use Smile, it has no issues for the most part when it works -- but when it doesn't, it's an absolute nightmare to deal with.

    My personal recommendation would be taking two connections (say, for example, Link3 and mazeda) and then getting a router that can load balance them (usually named dual wan routers.)

    It's what I and a lot of my other friends working for foreign companies do -- and so far, it hasn't let me down.

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    Ahh, redundancy! I always thought it overkill for an individual but now that you mention it, makes sense. It'll also be more than I like to pay for Internet access but I guess that's unavoidable. I'll begin by test-driving either Smile (I forgot about them) or Mazeda starting next month. I might keep Qubee this way. Thanks!

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    I live at Mirpur , My local ISP sometimes go down for 5-12 hours . So I keep a backup ... Use Teletalk agami packs( I know it's slow but it's a budget solution ) with my Tp-link 3G-4G router with a modem.So don't have to worry about about Network Blackouts as that is a pain in the back!

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    Qubee is a complete rip off. However, as far as stability goes, they beat all other ISPs by a significant margin.

    Link3 issues are apparently area-specific.

    Smile-I had a horrible experience with them back in 2012. Not sure how much they have improved heretofore.

    As for DOT, you could take a look at the last few pages of their official thread.

    Mazeda-no experience either.

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    As a Mazeda user I have to say I forgot the last time I complained to them about line disconnections. For the last 3 years I had and still having a very stable experience with this ISP and also their price to bandwith is quite worth the money (I pay 1500 per month for a 2.5 Mbps line).


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    Thanks guys! I just got word that a friend uses their service and he tells me there are troubles sometimes but that it's bearable. I will therefore be going with Mazeda. Even though I'm going to get more than twice the speed for the amount I pay to Qubee I will be keeping the WiMAX line as a failover (not going to load-balance as they have FUP) and signing up for a slower Mazeda package. Finally I can stop worrying about quotas.

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    ..And I'm typing this from Mazeda Internet. Had some issues with cabling but at the end of the day all is well. They have benefited from the recent Google peering contracts (or they may have gotten into it themselves). Qubee is so far behind.

    Code:
    ~# traceroute -T 103.21.42.245
    traceroute to 103.21.42.245 (103.21.42.245), 30 hops max, 60 byte packets
     1  192.168.1.1 (192.168.1.1)  34.838 ms  34.968 ms  35.142 ms
     2  10.108.36.1 (10.108.36.1)  42.250 ms  42.405 ms  42.709 ms
     3  172.16.172.13 (172.16.172.13)  42.803 ms  43.052 ms  43.081 ms
     4  103.21.42.149 (103.21.42.149)  43.238 ms  43.378 ms  43.710 ms
     5  cache.google.com (103.21.42.245)  43.476 ms  43.905 ms  44.345 ms
    Note: 103.21.42.245 was my first DNS resolution for the PQDN google.com, which isn't the case for consecutive pings (cache is bypassed).

    And looks like gaming on SEA servers should be a smooth experience (which most of you on wired Internet already enjoy):

    Code:
    ~$ ping -c 5 singtel.com.sg
    PING singtel.com.sg (203.126.100.199) 56(84) bytes of data.
    64 bytes from 203.126.100.199: icmp_seq=1 ttl=242 time=93.1 ms
    64 bytes from 203.126.100.199: icmp_seq=2 ttl=242 time=94.2 ms
    64 bytes from 203.126.100.199: icmp_seq=3 ttl=242 time=90.7 ms
    64 bytes from 203.126.100.199: icmp_seq=4 ttl=242 time=91.4 ms
    64 bytes from 203.126.100.199: icmp_seq=5 ttl=242 time=94.7 ms
    My remote work latency has also improved, though still not lag-free (most of it propagation delay due to geographical distance, nothing much to do about it). I may start using mosh [1] in place of ssh. Anyway, I will see how far Mazeda takes me. Again, I want to thank you guys for your genuine, quick and reasoned feedback. I don't know where else I would've taken my concerns!

    [1] https://mosh.mit.edu/
    Last edited by mryellow; September 30th, 2014 at 22:20.

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    damn! called mazeda 1 day ago. they said it will take time to reach my road. the btcl connection, which i use, is just killing me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mryellow View Post
    ..and i'm typing this from mazeda internet. Had some issues with cabling but at the end of the day all is well. They have benefited from the recent google peering contracts (or they may have gotten into it themselves). Qubee is so far behind.
    Code:
    ~# traceroute -t 103.21.42.245traceroute to 103.21.42.245 (103.21.42.245), 30 hops max, 60 byte packets 1  192.168.1.1 (192.168.1.1)  34.838 ms  34.968 ms  35.142 ms 2  10.108.36.1 (10.108.36.1)  42.250 ms  42.405 ms  42.709 ms 3  172.16.172.13 (172.16.172.13)  42.803 ms  43.052 ms  43.081 ms 4  103.21.42.149 (103.21.42.149)  43.238 ms  43.378 ms  43.710 ms 5  cache.google.com (103.21.42.245)  43.476 ms  43.905 ms  44.345 ms
    note: 103.21.42.245 was my first dns resolution for the pqdn google.com, which isn't the case for consecutive pings (cache is bypassed).and looks like gaming on sea servers should be a smooth experience (which most of you on wired internet already enjoy):
    Code:
    ~$ ping -c 5 singtel.com.sgping singtel.com.sg (203.126.100.199) 56(84) bytes of data.64 bytes from 203.126.100.199: Icmp_seq=1 ttl=242 time=93.1 ms64 bytes from 203.126.100.199: Icmp_seq=2 ttl=242 time=94.2 ms64 bytes from 203.126.100.199: Icmp_seq=3 ttl=242 time=90.7 ms64 bytes from 203.126.100.199: Icmp_seq=4 ttl=242 time=91.4 ms64 bytes from 203.126.100.199: Icmp_seq=5 ttl=242 time=94.7 ms
    my remote work latency has also improved, though still not lag-free (most of it propagation delay due to geographical distance, nothing much to do about it). I may start using mosh [1] in place of ssh. Anyway, i will see how far mazeda takes me. Again, i want to thank you guys for your genuine, quick and reasoned feedback. I don't know where else i would've taken my concerns![1] https://mosh.mit.edu/
    yippee !!!!


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    Mazeda isn't available outside dhaka. Is it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by aaz_swapnil View Post
    Mazeda isn't available outside dhaka. Is it?
    mazeda is not available outside shonkor and dhanmondi


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    uttra sector 13 te small range e service shuru korse. bolse spread korte besh somoi lagbe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Codex View Post
    Link3 from general evaluation almost seems fine, but there are frequent congestion issues grinding things to a halt.

    Dot, as per this megathread http://banglagamer.com/showthread.ph...-DOT-Internet/ (skip to the last few pages) is not recommended.

    No experience with mazeda, but tagging a friend who uses them as a secondary connection - @k1ngdom

    I personally use Smile, it has no issues for the most part when it works -- but when it doesn't, it's an absolute nightmare to deal with.

    My personal recommendation would be taking two connections (say, for example, Link3 and mazeda) and then getting a router that can load balance them (usually named dual wan routers.)

    It's what I and a lot of my other friends working for foreign companies do -- and so far, it hasn't let me down.
    dual wan routers use korle jodi dui ta line er bandwidth 2mb kore hoy tahole ami 4 mb pabo ? r vai dual wan router er jonno kon brand ta recommend korben ? ar tar dam koto hobe ?

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    @Rawkill download speed ta ektu details bolen? ar 24 hours line paowa jai naki,like link3? game khelar shomoy ping kemon thake?

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    Quote Originally Posted by slayer420 View Post
    @Rawkill download speed ta ektu details bolen? ar 24 hours line paowa jai naki,like link3? game khelar shomoy ping kemon thake?
    Recently line nie ghapla hoisilo but now evrythng back to normal. DLoad Speed 280-330 KBps (non-BDIX torrents), 1-4 MBps (BDIX torrents). LoL kheli Singapore server e ping: 85-120 moddhe thake. Deshi BDIX server e (CSGO khelle) ping thake 10-20.


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    @Rawkill BDIX speed ki sob torrent e pan? crazyhd te to ami paina.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hyder711 View Post
    @Rawkill BDIX speed ki sob torrent e pan? crazyhd te to ami paina.
    Amaro hoi na. Ami TBD te speed pai. Plus Torrent5 akta site ase (most prolly Mazeda-r nijeshho site) oita te full time BDIX speed pai.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Rawkill View Post
    Amaro hoi na. Ami TBD te speed pai. Plus Torrent5 akta site ase (most prolly Mazeda-r nijeshho site) oita te full time BDIX speed pai.
    hmm i see. problem hoilo tbd te account nai. mazedar server theke full speed pai kintu oikhane sob kisu paoa jaina.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rawkill View Post
    Recently line nie ghapla hoisilo but now evrythng back to normal. DLoad Speed 280-330 KBps (non-BDIX torrents), 1-4 MBps (BDIX torrents). LoL kheli Singapore server e ping: 85-120 moddhe thake. Deshi BDIX server e (CSGO khelle) ping thake 10-20.
    bhai kono ping loss pan..............mane doren Singapore/usa/eu server e ping los hoy naki?

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