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  # 887745 1-Sep-2013 12:37
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AidanS: Damn, I'm guessing that puts me out of reach for VDSL then.

Thanks for your replies!

EDIT: Line stats are "OK" for VDSL according to John in PM.

-Aidan.


Hi,

Our Huawei equipment is VDSL capable!
Unfortunately Vodafone doesnt offer VDSL. Your attenuation is a bit high for a stable VDSL connection from what you posted. Would be worth installing a master splitter and maybe rewire your jack points.

Thanks.

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  # 887781 1-Sep-2013 14:06
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AidanS: Ohhh, that makes sense! Thanks for that (also just a note there's a space at the end of your link that makes it 404, but I got the right page).

I'm about 2-3 houses out of the zone, though I think being in the red network (having better line stats) will help. I'll just need to wait and see what Vodafone release with their VDSL plans.

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Line stats won't vary between Wholesale and the Red network. Your sync rate may be slightly higher though due to Vodafone running a lower SNR.

If you can't get VDSL2 with Chorus then I doubt you'll get in on Vodafone. I highly doubt Chorus will allow Vodafone to use deploy ULL VDSL2+ at a greater than their own 10.8dB attenuation figure for the same reasons they don't - crosstalk.

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