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Topic # 62430 7-Jun-2010 02:02
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I've just had a look on this:

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

It appears that the exchange is ADSL2+ but apparently the cabinet isn't scheduled to be upgraded till June 2011.

Right now I am connecting to the exchange at 2100kbps; I assume that the crappiness is due to the cabinet not yet upgraded? or is it something I should have a talk to Telecom about? is there a way to find out how far I am from the exchange/cabinet? 




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Reply # 338942 7-Jun-2010 02:05
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What do your modem stats show?
Have you done isolation tests?
Check the filters?
Checked the wiring in your house?



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  Reply # 338946 7-Jun-2010 03:49
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johnr: What do your modem stats show?
Have you done isolation tests?
Check the filters?
Checked the wiring in your house?


Here are the stats:


Software Version:       1.19.04
ADSL Version:    7.2.3.0
Boot Code Version:      0.01
MAC Address:     00-22-6B-AA-42-51
System Uptime:   07:10:53:33
DSL Status

DSL Status:      UP
DSL Modulation Mode:     Auto
DSL Path Mode:   FAST
Downstream Rate:         2143 Kbps
Upstream Rate:   743 Kbps
Downstream Margin:       12 db
Upstream Margin:         11 db
Downstream Line Attenuation:     55
Upstream Line Attenuation:       34
Downstream Transmit Power:       21
Upstream Transmit Power:         11
LOS Errors:      0
PVC Connection

PVC Status:      UP
Encapsulation:   RFC 2364 PPPoA
Multiplexing:    VC
Autodetect:      Disable
VPI:     0
VCI:     100

Wiring is new and no problems. The filters are working; even tried connecting with only the modem on the line and same issue. Done an isolation test.




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