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A Possible Cause of AT&T's Wireless Clog — Configuration Errors 217 217

AT&T customers (iPhone users notably among them) have seen some wireless congestion in recent months; Brough Turner thinks the trouble might be self-inflicted. According to Turner, the poor throughput and connection errors can be chalked up to "configuration errors specifically, congestion collapse induced by misconfigured buffers in their mobile core network." His explanation makes an interesting read.
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A Possible Cause of AT&T's Wireless Clog — Configuration Errors

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