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  Reply # 973429 24-Jan-2014 11:04 Send private message

Hey All.

Would anybody be able to tell me how to run a line test for my connection?
Would be interested to know if VDSL would be significant or margin increase of speed.

Thanks in advance!

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  Reply # 973709 24-Jan-2014 17:43 One person supports this post Send private message

call your ISP

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  Reply # 973788 24-Jan-2014 20:11 Send private message

wiidsmkr91: Hey All.

Would anybody be able to tell me how to run a line test for my connection?
Would be interested to know if VDSL would be significant or margin increase of speed.

Thanks in advance!


If you are with Telecom I can run a line test and flick me an email "pl at telecom.co.nz" otherwise ring your ISP and ask them.

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  Reply # 973812 24-Jan-2014 21:08 Send private message

For those that want a quick and dirty estimate you can use the speedtest calculator
http://www.speedguide.net/dsl_speed_calc.php

You only need your attenuation from your modem.

Sorry no clickable link. On mobile....




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