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David... Have you tried claiming for Mbps back from the government. I heard john key sold out rams bandwidth for some.

/our troll with andib.

Serious note. Depends on cable quality. Sure cat6 would make a minor difference at the least.




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TimA: David... Have you tried claiming for Mbps back from the government. I heard john key sold out rams bandwidth for some.

/our troll with andib.

Serious note. Depends on cable quality. Sure cat6 would make a minor difference at the least.


i'll steal some from outram

thats getting old now :(




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  Reply # 1114633 24-Aug-2014 16:21
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so i tested from the etp, and the attenuation dropped by .5dB! pretty happy with that.

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yeah really no difference, guess i'll just have to wait for fibre :(




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dcole13: so i tested from the etp, and the attenuation dropped by .5dB! pretty happy with that.

/badsarcasm

yeah really no difference, guess i'll just have to wait for fibre :(


as expected.


now you can be happy your lines pretty much the best it can be though.







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