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  Reply # 1071239 20-Jun-2014 18:47
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Hi,

I had the same issue and suffered quite a slow download and upload speed. It took me a while but after staying persistent I finally got my service provider to arrange for a tech to come back to my apartment and install a master filter. I am now getting a much better speed. It made a big difference in my case and a master filter was required by my service provider but the Chorus tech I got was too lazy to install it and told me before arriving that I wouldn't be getting one. It's sad when they try to pull fast ones like this. In some cases though, I believe a master filter is not always necessary.

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  Reply # 1071277 20-Jun-2014 20:16
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My VDSL install Chorus guy was pretty cool.  Suggested they were supposed to be running Cat 6 between the master splitter/filter and the modem outlet.  In my case he tapped into my existing Cat 5e run to the modem to avoid climbing about in my genuinely nasty cramped roof space.  A new VDSL rated splitter was installed to replace the older ADSL splitter that had failed previously anyway.  All on a Vodafone install by the way.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1071292 20-Jun-2014 20:49
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NonprayingMantis:
nakedmolerat:
johnr: If you only have a single jack point in the house then no VDSL master filter is required


Where is ?


He's probably already exploded with rage.




Along with the rest of us that care about the network in its entirety :)

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  Reply # 1071299 20-Jun-2014 21:01
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BMarquis:
Along with the rest of us that care about the network in its entirety :)


if only that care was shared more universally eh?

nice to see you posting here again :)




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