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Topic # 15404 21-Aug-2007 11:13
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Hi, I wonder if anyone know.. if there is a site where I can do a line check on certain telephone number without having to go on site?

I mean, the line condition for ADSL can be checked using a router but we have to be at the customer's site to see. So I wonder if there is a site I can check for those information online?

Sorry if this sound a bit confusing..

Thank you.




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  Reply # 83235 21-Aug-2007 21:18
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skykissme: Hi, I wonder if anyone know.. if there is a site where I can do a line check on certain telephone number without having to go on site?

I mean, the line condition for ADSL can be checked using a router but we have to be at the customer's site to see. So I wonder if there is a site I can check for those information online?

Sorry if this sound a bit confusing..

Thank you.


ISP's who offer Telecom DSL have this available to see their customers if they report a fault on their line, but its very similar information which can be found on nearly 100% of DSL routers. (ie Attenuation etc)

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  Reply # 83557 24-Aug-2007 09:17
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So is there any way, I can get my hand on one?Innocent




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