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  Reply # 1113670 22-Aug-2014 19:21
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quickymart: Conklin?


in the case i mentioned, connection goes direct to the exchange.

it should, and is meant to go to a cabinet which is not a conklin (by model number atlest...) but has a "heavily" congested backhaul to the exchange.

RBI upgrade is happening, and then the connection will migrate back.



numbers i referenced were rounded sync rates.




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  Reply # 1114429 24-Aug-2014 10:09
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As per previous posts has your RSP logged a Congestion/Slow Throughput fault to Chorus?  Even though it will come back as no fault, these are collated and may help inform future investment decisions.

I've had a look around and cannot find any for Outram exchange.  Log a fault and PM me your line number and address.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1118107 29-Aug-2014 18:22
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i now know what tim feels like kinda

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Reply # 1118114 29-Aug-2014 18:38
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Jase2985:

i now know what tim feels like kinda


You got my connection now (crept 10x faster upload!)

GL with streams this weekend, now see what rural ppl have too deal with all of every day!

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PhantomNVD:
Jase2985:

i now know what tim feels like kinda


You got my connection now (crept 10x faster upload!)

GL with streams this weekend, now see what rural ppl have too deal with all of every day!


My dad has 66Mb/s VDSL 20KM out of Whangarei on a country road surrounded by farms.
Sooo, Not a price he has to pay.

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  Reply # 1118157 29-Aug-2014 19:40
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Good ol' VF Blackhawk flew him in his own exchange and bridged a distribution fibre through it Tim?

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  Reply # 1118160 29-Aug-2014 19:43
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TimA:
PhantomNVD:
Jase2985:

i now know what tim feels like kinda


You got my connection now (crept 10x faster upload!)

GL with streams this weekend, now see what rural ppl have too deal with all of every day!


My dad has 66Mb/s VDSL 20KM out of Whangarei on a country road surrounded by farms.
Sooo, Not a price he has to pay.


So he happened to be lucky to have a cabinet put in near him as there would have been a number of others around living near him that were upgraded under the rbi cabinetisation. Good luck more than anything else.





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  Reply # 1121960 4-Sep-2014 16:03
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Nope.

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  Reply # 1121972 4-Sep-2014 16:17
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RJKIng: Nope.



I bet they wont get it but everything a round them will.

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  Reply # 1121986 4-Sep-2014 16:32
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TimA: http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/politics/10460390/National-lines-up-35-more-towns-for-UFB 
I wonder..


Labour opposing for oppositions sake there -
Labour communications spokeswoman Clare Curran dismissed the plan as "blatant broadband pork barrelling".

 

"Instead of addressing the real issues of the woeful inefficiency of Chorus in rolling out ultrafast broadband and its desperate attempts to keep copper prices high along with the low uptake of UFB by households, National has merrily announced it will broaden its scheme to parts of New Zealand where it wants and needs more votes," she said.

I don't dismiss it as pork-barreling - it looks like something that can happen, and the money is already there.

Besides, I think Chorus (and the rest of the LFCs) are doing a pretty good job of a massive rollout.

Pity Outram wasn't on the list, guess not big enough.

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  Reply # 1121993 4-Sep-2014 16:42
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 Pity Outram wasn't on the list, guess not big enough.


Outram Population: 708



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Outram is getting cabinets and a number of ISAMs to do VDSL2, there are plenty of bigger towns ahead of it for UFB.




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sbiddle: Outram is getting cabinets and a number of ISAMs to do VDSL2, there are plenty of bigger towns ahead of it for UFB.





Outram isnt in the upgrade list. Already covered by RBI

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TimA:
sbiddle: Outram is getting cabinets and a number of ISAMs to do VDSL2, there are plenty of bigger towns ahead of it for UFB.





Outram isnt in the upgrade list. Already covered by RBI

 

We've come full circle to the start of the thread - again! :D

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