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  Reply # 503476 8-Aug-2011 18:11
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Ok, stats are:DSL




I did a fresh cold boot just for good measure.




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  Reply # 503491 8-Aug-2011 18:48
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OK, so DSL connection is not your issue, although I suspect you may have line stub issues (maybe or maybe not) do you have a central filter or not.

Anyway sounds like you need to talk to your ISP (who is?)

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  Reply # 503540 8-Aug-2011 20:25
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cyril7: OK, so DSL connection is not your issue, although I suspect you may have line stub issues (maybe or maybe not) do you have a central filter or not.

Anyway sounds like you need to talk to your ISP (who is?)

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The modem is on an inline filter on the master (and only) jack. If the new modem doesn't help I'll check with Telecom.





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  Reply # 503568 8-Aug-2011 21:16
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Hi, well dont know what the issue is, but based on the fact that there is not a high error rate and all the noise margins etc seem fine then you should have speedtest results within 80% of sync, so 11-12Mb/s through to xnet or Voda's Auckland speedtest site.

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  Reply # 508978 19-Aug-2011 13:37
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Must've been something to do with the modem, replaced it with a Draytek unit and the speeds are back into double-figures again.

Is there such a thing as a "good quality" ADSL splitter, or are they all much the same?




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  Reply # 508979 19-Aug-2011 13:38
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stevenz: Is there such a thing as a "good quality" ADSL splitter, or are they all much the same?


There is such a thing :)




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  Reply # 509086 19-Aug-2011 16:59
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The best filter is an central filter not only does this device have superiour performance but its designed intention is to be installed iin such a manner as to provide a clean and untapped DSL band circuit to the modem, something thats not easily achieved with other filters.

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