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  Reply # 1215102 14-Jan-2015 20:55
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michaelmurfy:
toejam316: I can't remember exactly what it is because I haven't been to TUK/B for a while (yay not doing faults), but I'm pretty confident that the phones are PCM fed and the cabinet is ADSL1 only. I don't know if congestion is an issue on it, because I haven't really had any DSL happenings there, just dead lines after a storm. So your mileage may vary, but don't expect anything amazing - I certainly wouldn't expect much higher than 4-5Mbit due to distance. I could also be wildly wrong - I haven't been out there in a while, so my memory is hazy. Edit: my confidence is growing, because I do remember that TUK/C (the main UAX) is PCM fed, for sure.


TUK/B is Fibre Fed + is a DSLAM offering up-to VDSL speeds, just make sure you've got a Master Filter installed due to the distance from the cabinet, it is not going to be great speeds at that line length.

 

 

Hell - they must've upgraded it, good to know.

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  Reply # 1216663 17-Jan-2015 19:05
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Just a reminder. Dont believe anything real estate agents tell you about things. They are professional liers out to make a sale so will say anything that borders on BS just to close a deal.




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