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  # 614990 25-Apr-2012 16:23
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Whats your actual line rate Lennon? Sure it must be over 50Mb/s.

Very nice stats.

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  # 614995 25-Apr-2012 16:29
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Attainable Rate: 55972 kbits/s 14624 kbits/s
DS Channel1 DS Channel0 US Channel1 US Channel0
Speed (kbps): 0 54266 0 10357

and on another connection close to the cabinet..

Attainable Rate:51304 kbits/s 9792 kbits/s
Speed (kbps):          0       50160         0        9942




 
 
 
 


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  # 615082 25-Apr-2012 18:36
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LennonNZ:

I work at the ISP (I set the ISP end up as well) and yes I have asked Chorus to set it to 17a profile but they won't do it (yet) for various reasons.


Lodge a ticket with Chorus Faults (via Gateway) and ask for DLM to be put on the line for evaluation.
All going well, and If you're lines as good as your modems reporting, it should flick over to 17a.

Make sure you don't reset your modem during the eval period (7-10 days) - as it may give the impression the lines unstable.

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  # 615109 25-Apr-2012 19:12
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Yea that's insane. Pretty much like having the cabinet in your garage haha.


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  # 997075 1-Mar-2014 14:50
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I'm following up on this thread as I've got an all in one aDSL model/router/switch/wifi unit that I'm looking to replace. I've already unloaded the Wifi AP role and will unload the switching this afternoon. What I think I would require is a ZyXEL P-870M, however, I'm not sure this is compatible with NZ VDSL?

I currently have two port forwards, HTTPS and PlayStation RemotePlay) and DHCP services provided by the existing unit. The ZyXEL supports NAT, which I'm assuming including port forwarding?

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