My starhub connection is blocked and even I have access, it is an internal network with cached server and outside access is through a tunnel and everything is filtered and censored. Prior to that M1 terminated my cable broadband because I was 2 days late for payment, and it is a deliberate plan to force me to use my Flexisurf account from Starhub to do testing, where they are both using the same access server technologies. Starhub therefore fool around my connections everyday by changing configurations and try to block my access, to test all my knowledge to implement their own solution, and steal my secrets. Well on 1st of January they implemented their access server using certificates and token access, and it is binded to your modem mac ID, so they can restrict your access anytime. But this is a third class technology, where cable modems will have no value for reuse, and you cannot share your connection and have to connect direct, because once your monitor goes to sleep it will terminate your connection to save bandwidth, and starhub is trying to sell this solution to M1, a third class connection which no-one wants to use. You tell me therefore, am I entitled to damages? Do you think I am stupid enough to pay for my internet connection when both companies is not providing a service but trying to steal secrets? Will you use Starhub and M1 cable broadband when you learn the truth? I rather use a private ISP.
Aztech tried to find out my technologies by logging everything I do on my router, and once the firmware is full, the router cannot save any configuration, but since they are willing to upgrade my router for free, I do not mind and have no complain at all. Even Singtel logs all my activities, but they do not meddle with my connection, and when I am being attacked on the Internet, they setup a VPN connection for me, by and far Singtel has the most stable DSL connection, other than that is Fibre, forget about using cable, it sucks big time especially if the government is involved. You tell me, will I want to remain in Singapore?
– Contributed by Oogle.