Saturday, June 22, 2013

Current Promotions Til End June

For those who missed out the PC Fair Promotion... here we go again.
Do note that these are VALID TILL END OF JUNE 2013
Due to the bad weather in Singapore, all installation are deferred and appointments are set after 25 July 2013. Home Passed OpenNet installation may be subjected to further changes.

Our Advise is the PureHD as it's VALUE FOR MONEY. DUAL BAND and 150Mbps for a small price difference. The setup fee is also less than half.

For SME Customers, the pricing remains the same (EXCLUDING GST)
But the best part is, we have upped the Router to Cisco Enterprise Grade.
There is also THREE MONTHS FREE.

Interested to sign up?? It's simple.
Download the PDF File below, digitally sign and revert back with your IC Front and Back.

Email to AZRIN@AZRIN.INFO or Viber / SMS 81196830

Too lazy and dunno how to? No Printer. Call or SMS.
If U trust us enough, SMS your Full Details as in the form with yr DEBIT CARD front copy and we do the rest for U.

We are here to make your life better.

Sunday, June 16, 2013

BBC iPlayer for UK

OK. You got me on this one.
You need a UK BANK ACCOUNT or even a Debit Card.

It's complicated but Click2Buy option SHOULD WORK.

I don't guarantee because I got a UK Bank Account.... but for you... I could get you the app downloaded.


Saturday, June 15, 2013

How to Set 5Ghz

Simple Question..
If you cannot see -5Ghz on your adapter for the WiFi.. it's either your setting Wrong or Adapter cannot take it.

Step 1:

Check if you set the band correctly

WiFi> Change Adapter Settings >> Properties >> Configure >> ADVANCED TAB

This will configure your WiFi to correct band as the ASUS N56 or N66 has 5Ghz

Next up is your settings
Go to the router, and check for the Channels.

Don't use AUTO, but if you happen to do so, it's either these settings. Firmware shown here is the LATEST STABLE VERSION.

So match these frequencies.
Because my PC is Kapoot.. it's useless..

So have fun!

Sunday, June 9, 2013

More WiFi Woes

Many ask me to know how bad your WiFi is...or is it worth using a normal WiFi? Or must I get DUAL BAND 5Ghz (aka 5G)??

Answer.. it all depends if your frequency band is congested.

I use Xirrus WiFi Inspector and I have the link here :: . and I don't intend to hotlink due to it being a copy righted software. Use it once and delete it please. This is a standard SOP item issued to SingTel installers working out the frequency jam and avoiding it.


After you load it.. it will show what statistics your current WiFi is... and the frequency. Anything more than -35 db is BAD and -60db is a dead use..worse than ADSL.

From this.. it will show what is in range, the frequency , bandwidth and channels in use. The encoding is also shown.. whether I am using WEP or WPA2 , hardware and such. WEP is crackable...using  Aircrack-NG but that is another subject altogether.

If you sort by frequency...then you see either N channel or G channel accordingly or even by 5Ghz bandwidth.. My old MSI VR220 is an ancient you only get to use 2.4Ghz N channel.

So check it out..and if you cannot see any 5Ghz N channel... maybe your card cannot support it. If you have to use USB ...forget it! You only get about 60Mbps max .usually.... even on the Asus N56U.

Using SingTel Speedtest....the Magix uncongested server... I get a burst up to 75mbps with 30cm away from the router... Can't help as my kids destroyed my LAN port.

Speedtest TELIN Server giving me a bad upload response..maybe due to local circuit issues but the download speed is typical...and differ alot ...

So this gives different results... and I know my neighbour is trying to hack me as I use this PC as my Proxy Server... I give it free access... but limited bandwidth....I don't care much anyway.... as my 150Mbps link won't kill me ....

So.. if you have congested WiFi... Channel Also used up or anything over 8 WiFi AP/SSIDs?? The N66 will give better bandwidth...due to the 5dbm antenna and 5Ghz N channel... it passes thru 4 walls with the end inside a bunker getting 15-30mbps....which is still acceptable.