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  Reply # 295860 3-Feb-2010 22:27
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your data rate is very low, have you connected any new phones to your phone jacks without filters, or tried a modem reboot




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  Reply # 295862 3-Feb-2010 22:31
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l43a2: your data rate is very low, have you connected any new phones to your phone jacks without filters, or tried a modem reboot


nop, no new phones for me.  I've rebooted my modem like 3 times!~ lol

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 295864 3-Feb-2010 22:33
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MeLkku:
l43a2: your data rate is very low, have you connected any new phones to your phone jacks without filters, or tried a modem reboot


nop, no new phones for me.  I've rebooted my modem like 3 times!~ lol


is there any noise on the line when you pickup the phone ? also are you using the main jackpoint in the house or an offshoot of the main jackpoint.




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  Reply # 295866 3-Feb-2010 22:38
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l43a2:
MeLkku:
l43a2: your data rate is very low, have you connected any new phones to your phone jacks without filters, or tried a modem reboot


nop, no new phones for me.  I've rebooted my modem like 3 times!~ lol


is there any noise on the line when you pickup the phone ? also are you using the main jackpoint in the house or an offshoot of the main jackpoint.

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l43a2:
MeLkku:
l43a2: your data rate is very low, have you connected any new phones to your phone jacks without filters, or tried a modem reboot


nop, no new phones for me.  I've rebooted my modem like 3 times!~ lol


is there any noise on the line when you pickup the phone ? also are you using the main jackpoint in the house or an offshoot of the main jackpoint.


nop, I've been using this set up for years now.  My modem is connected to it's own jackpoint without sharing with other phones.  I dont really know if that jack point is the main one or not.

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MeLkku:
l43a2:
MeLkku:
l43a2: your data rate is very low, have you connected any new phones to your phone jacks without filters, or tried a modem reboot


nop, no new phones for me.  I've rebooted my modem like 3 times!~ lol


is there any noise on the line when you pickup the phone ? also are you using the main jackpoint in the house or an offshoot of the main jackpoint.


nop, I've been using this set up for years now.  My modem is connected to it's own jackpoint without sharing with other phones.  I dont really know if that jack point is the main one or not.


give the telecom helpdesk a call and tell them your ADSL sync speeds are not what they should be and get them to do a line check for you. the number is 0800 22 55 98.




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  Reply # 295877 3-Feb-2010 23:03
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give the telecom helpdesk a call and tell them your ADSL sync speeds are not what they should be and get them to do a line check for you. the number is 0800 22 55 98.


OK I appreciate the help, Thank you very much.



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  Reply # 295885 3-Feb-2010 23:28
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msn: Hey,
Yeah I've been having the same problem!
About a week ago I was getting atleast 5mb/s but since then I've gone down to around 1mb/s and makes using the internet over a network very frustrating.

[URL=https://www.speedtest.net][IMG]https://www.speedtest.net/result/704082430.png[/IMG][/URL]

Where abouts does the op live?
Im from tauranga.



I'm in Wellington.




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