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Topic # 114917 7-Mar-2013 09:55
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Further to my original posting
http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumId=49&topicId=114791


Installing the master filter was a reasonably simple procedure. Just a matter of identifying all the wires involved. Then cutting into phone line wire and inserting filter using gelcap wire joiners.
I ended up with 4 spare line filters now. Tidys up the mess of wires around the phone jackpoints.
And below I have posted my modem stats from before and after. As noted by sbiddle I didn't get much of an improvement, but I'll take it. Smile

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  Reply # 776119 7-Mar-2013 10:49
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Main thing you have now is the assurance that the wiring is delivering the best it can, and gone is the nagging back of mind that there could be some random disconnect issue etc that causes those odd lags.

Cyril

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