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Topic # 72705 1-Dec-2010 16:28 Send private message

My cabinet was upgraded yesterday and my speed has almost halved, I used to be syncing at 8000/700 but now I'm syncing at 4352/700
Here are my line stats:







Line Mode
ADSL2+ 
Line State
Show Time  


Line Power State
L0 
Line Up Time
00:00:04:12 


Line Coding
Trellis On 
Line Up Count







Statistics
Downstream
Upstream


Line Rate
4352 Kbps
694 Kbps


Attainable Line Rate
4908 Kbps
691 Kbps


Noise Margin
12.3 dB
12.0 dB


Line Attenuation
46.5 dB
26.4 dB


Output Power
19.1 dBm
12.4 dBm










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  Reply # 411656 1-Dec-2010 16:30 Send private message

I think something similar happened to me in Avonhead.
Lots of work going on, but no ADSL2 upgrade officially yet.

But I went from 4.3 to 2.9...



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  Reply # 411659 1-Dec-2010 16:37 Send private message

We were due for adsl2 by December and the new cabinet is there and the old one has been removed so I assume I'm meant to be on adsl2, but perhaps I'm wrong?





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  Reply # 411683 1-Dec-2010 17:41 Send private message

Give it a few days and see if it comes right, they a probably still working / migrating lines.

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  Reply # 411712 1-Dec-2010 19:25 Send private message

Yea, you line probably not cut over yet, so coming all the way from exchange and suffering mid point injection. As advised, wait a few days.




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  Reply # 411764 1-Dec-2010 21:08 Send private message

Thanks guys, that's reassuring.





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