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anyone wanna help me test ichat AV?


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my bro and i can't seem to connect. i get the insufficient bandwidth message, as does my bro. he's at 5mb/384k. i'm 15mpbs/2mbps. i don't think it's a bandwidth issue.

i want to see if someone who has like bandwidth as my brother can connect with me.

let me know.
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