Hi, I'm trying to get VDSL connected to increase upload speeds (download isn't really important).
A while ago Chorus came to investigate extremely slow ADSL speeds and replaced our old ADSL splitter with a VDSL splitter.
We decided to upgrade to VDSL and ordered it with Telecom who say our address is within VDSL provision zone.
A few days later Telecom called to say our "?" was an 11 and they won't connect VDSL if the "?" is over a 10. So,
We have a VDSL splitter at the point that the copper arrives under our house. From there it runs about 10 metres or so via normal phone cabling into the house to a BT style jackpoint which has a BT to RJ11 adapter on it. (this is our current ADSL connection point and has always been split from the phones).
We have a VDSL capable modem.
My question is, would our current wiring setup work with VDSL anyway? (if we can get Telecom to give it a try)
Must the modem be connected to VDSL via RJ45 or could the RJ11/BT plug still allow VDSL?
Your help is much appreciated! Thanks.