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Topic # 90146 15-Sep-2011 20:33
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i was looking at the telecomwholesale site and it shows that vdsl is supposedly available in my street. I was on adsl and recently had adsl2 but if vdsl2 is shown can i ask or get it connected or activated . thanks

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  Reply # 521666 15-Sep-2011 20:34
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Yes - subject to your line meeting the attenuation target.



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  Reply # 521670 15-Sep-2011 20:42
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attnuation up 9 down 25 Noise up 15 down 11 output up 177 down 122
i was also about to recable cat 5 (or6 if req) 

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 521674 15-Sep-2011 20:52
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n00dy: attnuation up 9 down 25 Noise up 15 down 11 output up 177 down 122
i was also about to recable cat 5 (or6 if req) 


Your stats are pretty much meaningless because they presumably weren't done with a master filter installed (which is a requirement for a VDSL2 install). You need to ring what ever ISP you want to go with and get them to do a Telecom prequalificaton check.



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  Reply # 521677 15-Sep-2011 20:55
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splitter installed where line enters property is that what you were refering to as a master filter (ie there are no line filters on the jackpoints)

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  Reply # 521685 15-Sep-2011 21:05
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n00dy: splitter installed where line enters property is that what you were refering to as a master filter (ie there are no line filters on the jackpoints)


Is it a VDSL one?

You still need to get a prequalification check done as the first step.




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  Reply # 521686 15-Sep-2011 21:06
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thanks will do, as always your input is appriciated :-)

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