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Topic # 150378 20-Jul-2014 17:53
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Hey,

We've got an ADSL modem connected to a fibre fed cabinet.

Right now we get about 6mbps, however I was thinking that we may be connected to a ADSL2+ cabinet. It's described as a "Nokia 60" on the map. Chorus' availability map seems a little inaccurate for our area, showing no coverage across a large portion of the neighbourhood (which has coverage) and 10mbps+ broadband for a area that doesn't have any property or houses on it. 

 

Is their a way to check if it's an ADSL2+ cabinet short of plugging in an ADSL2+ capable router? 

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  Reply # 1092585 20-Jul-2014 17:57
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Not really. what is your address (as in street / area?) I can check for you, or send me a PM with your address.




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