MyRepublic Gamer

MyRepublic Review – Maintaining good user experience is a simple yet challenging requirement with many subjective measures. Since this is a blog for gamers, we focused on gamer experience which requires good latency between game clients and game servers. RTT(Round Trip Time), mostly known as PING performance among gamers, is a measure of the time taken for a data packet to travel back and forth between source(client PC) and destination(Game Server).

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How can i get faster speeds?

MyRepublic Review – Not quite getting the speed you want? Here’s 5 easy steps to help maximise your broadband connection. Nothing beats a LAN cable for the fastest speeds. Although Wi-Fi or homeplugs are convenient, a direct LAN connection is most reliable if you’re looking for up to 1Gbps speeds.

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What is Static IP? Do I need it?

MyRepublic Review – Our Static IP add-on gives you a fixed public IPv4 address. Due to the global shortage of IPv4 addresses, MyRepublic uses private dynamic IP, or dynamically assigned private IP addresses. This means that the IP address assigned to your location can change every now and then.

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Are you really getting the speed that you are paying for? Click here to find out.

MyRepublic Review – A few months ago, we subscribed to the MyRepublic pure plan. It costs $39.99 and claims to provide 100mbps download speed. So i decided to do a speed test on my computer. For your information, the speed is based on the xx router. It costs xxx after $100 off in the package plan. Find out how much speed we are clocking below

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Find a router that best fits your needs.

MyRepublic Review – There are 3 routers currently that you can choose from in the broadband package. They are RT-AC68U, RT-AC56U and RT-N56U. They cost $,$, and $ respectively. Below are their specifications.

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What do I need to use fibre broadband?

MyRepublic Review – To use fibre broadband, OpenNet must have installed (a) the required fibre infrastructure in your area and (b) the Termination Point (TP)on your premises. The OpenNet TP contains optical fibre cables and connects to the rest of the Next Gen NBN. It’s a physical line from your address to the wider network.

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