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# 251390 23-Jun-2019 10:43
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Hello All

I don't know whether you can discover this issue, after the Fibre installation, whenever I log on the modem dashboard, the moment I go in, in the past when I was on VDSL, it will show the upload and download speed, but now whenever l go in, it was show a big red Disconnect on the indicator first, but after 5 or 10 second, it will go back and show connected in Green.

When it say disconnect, did it actually got disconnected? Otherwise what does it mean?

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  # 2262814 23-Jun-2019 11:51
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What modem/router?


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  # 2262818 23-Jun-2019 12:00
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You would of been looking at the xDSL line sync rate

You are now connected to fibre so you don't have a xDSL sync rate

 
 
 
 


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  # 2262838 23-Jun-2019 12:59
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Linux: You would of been looking at the xDSL line sync rate

You are now connected to fibre so you don't have a xDSL sync rate

 

 

 

This. 

 

 

 

Fibre does not have sync rates. It's set as a rate within chorus's network and ideally also on your providers network side.





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  # 2262862 23-Jun-2019 13:45
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quickymart:

What modem/router?



Ultra hub modem. (the normal black modem provide by Vodafone)

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