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# 21825 8-May-2008 08:39
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Hi Guys,

This is for anyone interested in the rollout of Cabinetistation throughout New Zealand.

Also contains a lot of good information about how and why so woth a look around the site.

Overview:
Cabinetisation will shorten the copper loop to households which will allowfor faster spped DSL connections due to them being fed from the cabinets and not the exchange.

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  # 129288 8-May-2008 08:46
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Broken link, but the correct one is on the bottom of that page.




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  # 129289 8-May-2008 08:53
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opps...fixed




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  # 129299 8-May-2008 09:36
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I could not find any mention of Tawa (looking in Wellington City and Porirua) or Upper Hutt (though Lower Hutt is a listed location).  Does this mean that those areas dont have cabinets?  Just curious.

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  # 129422 8-May-2008 17:02
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Oldgeek, this spreadsheet is more detailed, try about line 651 of the 2nd sheet (Cabinetisation_List).

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  # 129427 8-May-2008 17:22
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TWA Tawa TWA/J (2) 1/07/2010 1/07/2010 Binding 358 Wellington City TAWA,  Loop shortening plus ADSL2+ Single Bay




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  # 129428 8-May-2008 17:33
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/me doesn't have enough fingers and toes to work out how many sleeps it is until October 2011

:-(

Thanks for the info Phil!!

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  # 129430 8-May-2008 17:51
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Maybe easier to think in Santa counts :)


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  # 129435 8-May-2008 18:00
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Many thanks.  I am no longer excited ;-)


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  # 129437 8-May-2008 18:03
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Hmmm, seems that anything below Sunnynook on the North Shore don't get anything.

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# 129558 8-May-2008 23:48
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Anyone know when cabinetisation is coming to New Lynn (Waitakere)?






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  # 129571 9-May-2008 06:19
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woot forrest hill.. 2011.... too long await for me :)

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  # 129599 9-May-2008 09:18
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Not long for me:

Mornington MNG/K [1] 1/07/2008 1/07/2008 Binding 270 Dunedin City BELLEKNOWES Loop shortening plus ADSL2+
Mornington MNG/B [2] 1/07/2008 1/07/2008 Binding 281 Dunedin City KAIKORAI VALLEY, BELLEKNOWES, BROCKVILLE Loop shortening plus ADSL2+

Although the Telecom page did specify April 2009. But I like this date better

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STI: Anyone know when cabinetisation is coming to New Lynn (Waitakere)?

New LynnNLN/P (2)1/04/20111/04/2011Indicative281Waitakere City
New LynnNLN/BV (2)1/04/20111/04/2011Indicative199Waitakere City
New LynnNLN/AT (2)1/04/20111/04/2011Indicative193Waitakere City
New LynnNLN/J (2)1/04/20111/04/2011Indicative170Waitakere City
New LynnNLN/1 (2)1/04/20111/04/2011Indicative190Waitakere City
New LynnNLN/A (2)1/04/20111/04/2011Indicative270Waitakere City
New LynnNLN/AF (2)1/04/20111/04/2011Indicative203Waitakere City
New LynnNLN/AH (2)1/04/20111/04/2011Indicative200Waitakere City
New LynnNLN/C (2)1/04/20111/04/2011Indicative249Waitakere City
New LynnNLN/K (2)1/04/20111/04/2011Indicative221Waitakere City
New LynnNLN/M (2)1/04/20111/04/2011Indicative247Waitakere City
New LynnNLN/N (2)1/04/20111/04/2011Indicative283Waitakere City
New LynnNLN/Q (2)1/04/20111/04/2011Indicative175Waitakere City
New LynnNLN/W (2)1/04/20111/04/2011Indicative249Waitakere City




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  # 129610 9-May-2008 10:25
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I think my exchange is already cabinetised. woot. Smile



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  # 129613 9-May-2008 10:40
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One thing of real importance to note is that when you are feed from the cabinet it drastically effects any performance of exchange based DSL services due to loss through the cabinet as they will have to pass through the cabinet, however you will see greatly improved services feed directly from the cabinet as the loop is now shorter...unless someone goofed big time Smile




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