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  Reply # 314925 5-Apr-2010 12:17
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I have just installed a hardwired  inline filter.  It made a difference of 5Mb/s (11.8 to 16.8).  I had tried the disconnect all your phones test prior to installing the filter but got very little improvement.  I realise now that the house alarm is hardwired into the phone line prior to anything else and that possibly had a impact.
The filter is now installed prior to the alarm.
I notice most peoples speedtest.net posts are for the Auckland server.  I am getting better speeds and shorter ping times using others such as Tauranga (Auckland server is closest).




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  Reply # 314962 5-Apr-2010 14:43
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Filters and phones plugged in:



Filters and phones not plugged in:



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  Reply # 316716 10-Apr-2010 08:23
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Which hardwired  inline filter did you get and where did you get it?

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