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#50980 26-Nov-2009 13:43
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hi i just checked my area for cabinet and Im not in the pink area for now is this good or bad ?
http://www.telecomwholesale.co.nz/maps


http://www.telecomwholesale.co.nz/mapsmap

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  #276515 26-Nov-2009 14:11
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It means youre currently running off the local exchange rather than a cabinet. Downside to this is if youre on the outer limits of the exchange your speeds may not be as good as if you were closer or running off a cabinet.
On the right side of the map, it should show you your cabinet schedule etc - are you due for one or not scheduled at all ?




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  #276526 26-Nov-2009 14:25
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@XPD

Thanks says im not scheduled at all?

Im about a kilometre form the exchange as my line attentuation is about 18, and my local sync speed is about 22000mbs

Should i be worried about not getting a cabinet in the future?

 
 
 
 


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  #276530 26-Nov-2009 14:34
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Nope, you are close enough to have a great sync speed already.

The purpose of the cabinets is to reduce the line distance for people who are further out from the exchange so that 80% of house can get > 10Mbit.

You are pretty lucky to sync at 22Mbit, many people are stuck on <5Mbit due to distance from the exchange (no cabinets installed in their area yet) etc.



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  #276559 26-Nov-2009 15:16
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Thanks :)

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  #276710 27-Nov-2009 00:02
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Yea im in a similar position the place I am living at at the moment will only connect at a max of 5.5mbit - which sucks because when I was out in Panmure I was getting 22mbit + - anyone have any ideas why this might be the case for me? It looks like I am super close to a cabinet compared to when I lived in Panmure. Im on Orcon Purple + - here are my two wholesale maps.

https://cdn.geekzone.co.nz/imagessubs/blog83bd8e8640816c83d561c8d10a48dfbb.jpg

https://cdn.geekzone.co.nz/imagessubs/bloga9a090a565aa08a84d18fa30ad7a464a.jpg

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  #276713 27-Nov-2009 00:15
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Scrap that previous post - just found out im on one of the classic plans where I am at the moment.

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  #276987 27-Nov-2009 16:16
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Yeah if you're connected to a cabinet you should be on Telecom wholesale gear in the cabinet rather than Orcon gear at the exchange.

Those image links are broken for me, what are the modem stats (Signal to Noise and Line Attenuation etc).


 
 
 
 


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  #278133 1-Dec-2009 07:01
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I'm in Birdwood Cresent in Parnell which I think is off the Mayoral Drive exchange and am only getting 5.5 Megabits, but we also are scheduled in October 2011 to get a cabinet.

Seems so long away...Weird because there is already a cabinet up the road. Hmmmmmm.




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  #278140 1-Dec-2009 07:34
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c71931f: well, going by the telecom site, i'm meant to be in a 10Mbps "zone"..except my speed is about half that?hmm


What is your sync speed? Do you have a master filter installed?



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  #278470 1-Dec-2009 20:10
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exportgoldman:
I'm in Birdwood Cresent in Parnell which I think is off the Mayoral Drive exchange and am only getting 5.5 Megabits, but we also are scheduled in October 2011 to get a cabinet.

Seems so long away...Weird because there is already a cabinet up the road. Hmmmmmm.


Im guessing maybe its been put in earlier, contact the csr and check it out.

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  #282508 15-Dec-2009 02:54
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ha lol mine says April 2010 (used to say October 2010) but i talked to the corus techs just down the street and they seem to think end of December 2009 to mid January 2010

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  #282575 15-Dec-2009 10:29
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Make sure you are on a max/max connection or you will not get ADSL2 speeds, limited upload speeds limit the down load to 4-6M.

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  #282653 15-Dec-2009 12:47
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I noticed where i live on Papatoetoe that a new cabinet sprung up last week about 250 meters from home. How long does it take to install the gear and connect?? I see it's still scheduled for April 2010 on the map




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  #282737 15-Dec-2009 15:18
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@old3eyes,

Hard to say, its kinda stabbing in the dark. The scheduled date is not always correct and we find its usually before the published date.

You will know when your net drops off or you see the chorus vans at the cabinet for a few houses.


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  #283445 17-Dec-2009 13:39
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well I know the corus guys have been very busy beavers around Tamatea in Napier of late but this sort of problem is ridiculas
Modem Status
Connection Status Connected
Us Rate (Kbps) 843
Ds Rate (Kbps) 801
US Margin 12
DS Margin 12
Trained Modulation ADSL_2plus
LOS Errors 0
DS Line Attenuation 54
US Line Attenuation 33
Peak Cell Rate 1988 cells per sec
CRC Rx Fast 412
CRC Tx Fast 0
CRC Rx Interleaved 0
CRC Tx Interleaved 0
Path Mode Fast Path


lol my up speed is better than my down speed and yes i did put in a ticket and they (orcon) sent me a really neat little automated test the works file to run which i did so im just waiting to hear back now to see what the problem is


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