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# 157664 9-Dec-2014 07:38
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Hi,

I'm just looking for some advice whether the stats attached are OK to move from ADSL to VDSL.

Thanks for any guidance.





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  # 1191910 9-Dec-2014 07:47
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Then old role of thumb was 10.8dB attenuation on the downstream was the install limit, but there's been a number of installs here well over that recently

Your sync rates look pretty good for the attenuation which suggests a low noise line so it's probably worth a try

TLD

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  # 1191918 9-Dec-2014 08:22
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Your stats are not dissimilar to mine in this thread, and I'm getting OK VDSL2 speeds

http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=49&topicid=157434&page_no=2




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  # 1191971 9-Dec-2014 09:44
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Ignore your attenuation figure in the modem, it means nothing. The 10.8 figure is done at a different frequency and will differ to what your modem says.
A rule of thumb, if you are on Chorus gear and get 16Mbps or higher on ADSL2+, then good probability you can get VDSL. 14-15Mbps, you are at the lower end and may or may not get VDSL. Less than 14Mbps and you are unlikely to get VDSL unless you currently don't have a master filter and your home wiring is very bad, which means the VDSL install will fix this :)





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