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  Reply # 1959463 17-Feb-2018 08:35
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RunningMan:

 

And here's why Vodafone have the whole thing managed end to end

 

https://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=43&topicid=230291

 

Call failure calling 111.

 

EDIT, beaten to it by @sbiddle

 

 

Ya gotta be quick. smile


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  Reply # 1959479 17-Feb-2018 09:30
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I just installed another VoIP PBX during the week. One of the things I test is a call to 111.




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Ya gotta be quick. smile

 

 

True dat! But it is a slow Saturday morning - that's got to count for something!


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  Reply # 2021297 23-May-2018 18:52
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so how are folk finding the performance of this?

 

 

 

with vectoring being activated tonight for my line, i'll be looking to move my last adsl link (which has PSTN bundled) to VDSL.. I fully expect vodafone are gonna shove me to VoIP.

 

Particularly concerned about voice quality on a heavily utilized connection QOS can only do so much for upstream, downstream though... that would have to be being done at Vodafones end.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 





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  Reply # 2021301 23-May-2018 18:59
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If it doesnt work well, tell them to sort it out I would guess?





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If it doesnt work well, tell them to sort it out I would guess?



I'd prefer to be upfront about that as it's harder to get a line transfered out and back in.




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You haven't shifted your modem to the roadside yet?

 

 





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You haven't shifted your modem to the roadside yet?

 

 

 

 

That's somewhat related... VoIP is a bit of a physical change in typology...





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  Reply # 2021482 23-May-2018 21:57
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Can you run less than 450m of CAT6 outdoor cable from house to gate?




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coffeebaron: Can you run less than 450m of CAT6 outdoor cable from house to gate?

 

i have, It's actually two 100~M links avoiding curvature and allowing for further coverage.

 

 

 

besides the point though, hows vodafones downlink QOS?

 

 





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