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  Reply # 760515 13-Feb-2013 07:59 Send private message

sbiddle: Simple answer is no, the conservative Chorus 12dB noise margin dictates the sync speed.


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  Reply # 761557 13-Feb-2013 09:32 Send private message

Sorry, but you wont get much sympathy, it started at 23Mb/s and moved down to 20Mb/s, ADSL2+ has adaptive features which means it will always have some movement normally to avoid noisy bins (frequency bands) that cause instability in the connection.

Chorus are only obliged to provide 10Mb/s, above that and they will not see any problem with your connection, and neither do we.

If you want more speed, move to VDSL2, your line stats indicate you should get well beyond 40Mb/s down.

Cyril

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