Deutsche Telekom warns against possible routing piracy

The German network operator claims that 900,000 fixed broadband customers out of 12.8 million have experienced connection problems. It is possible that on this occasion nearly a million broadband routers were pirated.

Deutsche Telekom said that the problems encountered were quite different in nature. Some clients have experienced intermittent errors or marked fluctuations in quality, while others have not been able to get the connection. Routers may have been targeted by external elements so that they could not be identified.

The operator recommends that customers repeat their disconnection and reconnection procedures, even if the first attempt has not resolved the problem.

Deutsche Telekom has not confirmed that these incidents have been more severe in some regions. The fact that these dysfunctions are more frequent in metropolitan areas is due to the distribution of the population. Visit www.totaltele.com/

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