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  Reply # 1276539 3-Apr-2015 00:50
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I don't want to pay extra to get VDSL2, but I suspect wouldn't help too much since I have 40dB attenuation. The master splitter helps, and I switched modulation to Annex M to give me 6.8 megs down and 1.6 megs up. Speed is only a problem on weekends... probably congestion at Slingshot.



Wait, When did Slingshot start offering AnnexM? There was a thread on here awhile ago from someone who was wanting an AnnexM ADSL connection. And everyone was saying. Cant be done / wont be allowed.





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  Reply # 1276540 3-Apr-2015 00:51
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They have done it on their own gear for quite some time. Problem is you have to be on the exchange to get their gear, and close enough for it to not take too much of your downstream speed.




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