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# 136784 9-Dec-2013 00:43
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Hi Guys,

Was just wondering if there was anywhere I could check to find my local cabinet - have read on a couple of other forums about www.telecomwholesale.com/maps but it seems to down (or closed).

Any help would be great :)

Cheers

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  # 947721 9-Dec-2013 01:58
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You can kind of figure it out using the Chorus maps by enabling only "broadband" and looking for the centre of the different coloured areas.





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  # 947722 9-Dec-2013 03:30
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Zeon: You can kind of figure it out using the Chorus maps by enabling only "broadband" and looking for the centre of the different coloured areas.


except for when your on a road like mine.. both black X's are cabinets on my road bottom one is a little more middle of the map, but top one..





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  # 947752 9-Dec-2013 07:33
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The white lines indicate the boundaries between them.

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  # 947768 9-Dec-2013 08:31
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Zeon: You can kind of figure it out using the Chorus maps by enabling only "broadband" and looking for the centre of the different coloured areas.


That's not a very accurate way. It depends on the exact layout of the MPFs.

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  # 947937 9-Dec-2013 12:25
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Zeon: You can kind of figure it out using the Chorus maps by enabling only "broadband" and looking for the centre of the different coloured areas.


That's not a very accurate way. It depends on the exact layout of the MPFs.


This map is interesting. Between that, Google street view, and the Chorus boundaries you should be able to figure it out. Or, you know, take a walk. :)

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