Hi Everyone,

I have moved to a place in Hillsborough connected to the following cabinet:

TIS/77

I have tried playing around with the different DSl modulation types on my Linksys WAG310g modem however can only obtain the following speeds:





Modulation Type:
ADSL_2plus (configured as MultiMode)




Status:
Up




Provider:
 




Downstream Rate:
6835 Kbps




Upstream Rate:
376 Kbps




Downstream Noise Margin:
12.4 dB




Upstream Noise Margin:
11.9 dB




Downstream Attenuation:
15.0 dB




Upstream Attenuation:
5.1 dB




Downstream Power:
12.4 dBmV




Upstream Power:
19.7 dBmV




Total Bytes Sent:
1760144 Bytes




Total Bytes Received:
0 Bytes





I have tried connecting another modem to the outlet and also tried different cables and limiting the distance from the modem to the outlet with no luck. I have also tried using different filters plugged into the outlet. this is the only outlet that I am using throughout the whole house.

 
At my previous house I was using telecoms most expensive broadband plan which came with a static IP. The modem would connect with the following downstream and upstream speeds:

DR = 11500kbs
UR = 968 kbs

Which is significantly faster!!!

Any reason why this is so much slower? at my previous location I was also connecting to an upgraded adsl2+ cabinet.

Any suggestions would be most appreciated. Smile


Brian