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  # 1015566 30-Mar-2014 18:56
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This the statistic from the router


DSL Noise Margin (0.1 dB) UP DOWN: 121 133
DSL Attenuation (0.1 dB) UP DOWN: 100 64
DSL Transmit Power (0.1 dB) UP DOWN: 185 121

Estimate sync speed for Vdsl?
On the adsl it sync at 15 mbit down

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  # 1015569 30-Mar-2014 18:59
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Set2k: This the statistic from the router


DSL Noise Margin (0.1 dB) UP DOWN: 121 133
DSL Attenuation (0.1 dB) UP DOWN: 100 64
DSL Transmit Power (0.1 dB) UP DOWN: 185 121

Estimate sync speed for Vdsl?
On the adsl it sync at 15 mbit down



urm. thats not 10dB.. thats 6.4dB


sync wise, that can be a huge difference. more likely to be 40~45/10 at that point, probably just outside of the 17a range unfortunately.





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  # 1015570 30-Mar-2014 19:01
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hio77:
Set2k: This the statistic from the router


DSL Noise Margin (0.1 dB) UP DOWN: 121 133
DSL Attenuation (0.1 dB) UP DOWN: 100 64
DSL Transmit Power (0.1 dB) UP DOWN: 185 121

Estimate sync speed for Vdsl?
On the adsl it sync at 15 mbit down



urm. thats not 10dB.. thats 6.4dB


sync wise, that can be a huge difference. more likely to be 40~45/10 at that point, probably just outside of the 17a range unfortunately.



Upstream seems a little high. Filter will sort that. 6.4Db down will be lucky to get 17a.



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  # 1015571 30-Mar-2014 19:01
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hio77:
Set2k: This the statistic from the router


DSL Noise Margin (0.1 dB) UP DOWN: 121 133
DSL Attenuation (0.1 dB) UP DOWN: 100 64
DSL Transmit Power (0.1 dB) UP DOWN: 185 121

Estimate sync speed for Vdsl?
On the adsl it sync at 15 mbit down



urm. thats not 10dB.. thats 6.4dB


sync wise, that can be a huge difference. more likely to be 40~45/10 at that point, probably just outside of the 17a range unfortunately.



I am about 30m from cabinet, with a master splitting device installed, would attenuation be low enough for 17a?

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  # 1015572 30-Mar-2014 19:03
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Set2k:
hio77:
Set2k: This the statistic from the router


DSL Noise Margin (0.1 dB) UP DOWN: 121 133
DSL Attenuation (0.1 dB) UP DOWN: 100 64
DSL Transmit Power (0.1 dB) UP DOWN: 185 121

Estimate sync speed for Vdsl?
On the adsl it sync at 15 mbit down



urm. thats not 10dB.. thats 6.4dB


sync wise, that can be a huge difference. more likely to be 40~45/10 at that point, probably just outside of the 17a range unfortunately.



I am about 30m from cabinet, with a master splitting device installed, would attenuation be low enough for 17a?


6.4Db down will be lucky to get 17a

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  # 1015574 30-Mar-2014 19:04
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Set2k: I am about 30m from cabinet, with a master splitting device installed, would attenuation be low enough for 17a?

There's only one way to find out - go for it smile




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  # 1015576 30-Mar-2014 19:04
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Set2k:
hio77:
Set2k: This the statistic from the router


DSL Noise Margin (0.1 dB) UP DOWN: 121 133
DSL Attenuation (0.1 dB) UP DOWN: 100 64
DSL Transmit Power (0.1 dB) UP DOWN: 185 121

Estimate sync speed for Vdsl?
On the adsl it sync at 15 mbit down



urm. thats not 10dB.. thats 6.4dB


sync wise, that can be a huge difference. more likely to be 40~45/10 at that point, probably just outside of the 17a range unfortunately.



I am about 30m from cabinet, with a master splitting device installed, would attenuation be low enough for 17a?


doesnt look like it, although your line is a little noisy so your attenuation could be reading slightly high, at which point the filter will clean that up a bit.


cables dont always run direct, or how you would assume.

TimAs cables go all the way down the street and back, rather than straight to the cabinet at his fenceline (its ok, your more than welcome to laugh about it)







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  # 1015579 30-Mar-2014 19:11
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I thank everyone for the help. I have signed up for Orcon $119 unlimited VDSL. It install on Thursday.

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  # 1015582 30-Mar-2014 19:17
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Set2k: I thank everyone for the help. I have signed up for Orcon $119 unlimited VDSL. It install on Thursday.


Enjoy your international speeds.
I am not sure how you signed up in 5 minutes and got an install time straight away when most locations for VDSL are backlogged 2 weeks or more.



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  # 1015587 30-Mar-2014 19:21
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TimA:
Set2k: I thank everyone for the help. I have signed up for Orcon $119 unlimited VDSL. It install on Thursday.


Enjoy your international speeds.
I am not sure how you signed up in 5 minutes and got an install time straight away when most locations for VDSL are backlogged 2 weeks or more.


I am happy with 10mbps down international (off peak) it is mainly the 10mbps upload that Is for me.

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  # 1015588 30-Mar-2014 19:25
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Set2k:
TimA:
Set2k: I thank everyone for the help. I have signed up for Orcon $119 unlimited VDSL. It install on Thursday.


Enjoy your international speeds.
I am not sure how you signed up in 5 minutes and got an install time straight away when most locations for VDSL are backlogged 2 weeks or more.


I am happy with 10mbps down international (off peak) it is mainly the 10mbps upload that Is for me.


Where you get the 10Mbp/s Intl from?



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  # 1015589 30-Mar-2014 19:26
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TimA:
Set2k:
TimA:
Set2k: I thank everyone for the help. I have signed up for Orcon $119 unlimited VDSL. It install on Thursday.


Enjoy your international speeds.
I am not sure how you signed up in 5 minutes and got an install time straight away when most locations for VDSL are backlogged 2 weeks or more.


I am happy with 10mbps down international (off peak) it is mainly the 10mbps upload that Is for me.


Where you get the 10Mbp/s Intl from?


No ideas or belived

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  # 1015591 30-Mar-2014 19:30
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Set2k:
TimA:
Set2k:
TimA:
Set2k: I thank everyone for the help. I have signed up for Orcon $119 unlimited VDSL. It install on Thursday.


Enjoy your international speeds.
I am not sure how you signed up in 5 minutes and got an install time straight away when most locations for VDSL are backlogged 2 weeks or more.


I am happy with 10mbps down international (off peak) it is mainly the 10mbps upload that Is for me.


Where you get the 10Mbp/s Intl from?


No ideas or belived


I didnt see anyone state that. I am not sure of Orcons international performance. If your bargaining for 10Mbp/s OFF PEAK...




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  # 1015592 30-Mar-2014 19:31
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TimA:
Set2k:
TimA:
Set2k:
TimA:
Set2k: I thank everyone for the help. I have signed up for Orcon $119 unlimited VDSL. It install on Thursday.


Enjoy your international speeds.
I am not sure how you signed up in 5 minutes and got an install time straight away when most locations for VDSL are backlogged 2 weeks or more.


I am happy with 10mbps down international (off peak) it is mainly the 10mbps upload that Is for me.


Where you get the 10Mbp/s Intl from?


No ideas or belived


I didnt see anyone state that. I am not sure of Orcons international performance. If your bargaining for 10Mbp/s OFF PEAK...



If it is really that badI am a considerariont, Telecom I join again 500Gb VDSL But I must not approach the high data caps.

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  # 1015593 30-Mar-2014 19:33
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Set2k:
TimA:
Set2k:
TimA:
Set2k:
TimA:
Set2k: I thank everyone for the help. I have signed up for Orcon $119 unlimited VDSL. It install on Thursday.


Enjoy your international speeds.
I am not sure how you signed up in 5 minutes and got an install time straight away when most locations for VDSL are backlogged 2 weeks or more.


I am happy with 10mbps down international (off peak) it is mainly the 10mbps upload that Is for me.


Where you get the 10Mbp/s Intl from?


No ideas or belived


I didnt see anyone state that. I am not sure of Orcons international performance. If your bargaining for 10Mbp/s OFF PEAK...



If it is really that badI am a considerariont, Telecom I join again 500Gb VDSL But I must not approach the high data caps.


Why not approach the high data caps? I thought you signed up with Orcon. Maybe some research would be a very good idea.

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