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  Reply # 101509 23-Dec-2007 11:57
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Cokemaster, I think it's time to fear the words of bigbadfun. Tongue out

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  Reply # 101544 23-Dec-2007 14:03
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I'm in Mt Wellington, acording to the rollout plan our exchange should have been compleated in August. I have an ADSL2+ modem but I only get 2.5Mbps ADSL1. It won't sync at ADSL2+ because I'm too far from the exchange?




 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 101548 23-Dec-2007 14:15
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What does your router say? If it's on an ADSL2+ enabled profile it'll say so. Somewhere there it should have "DSL Modulation Mode" or similar, and it'll either say ADSL or ADSL2+.

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  Reply # 101566 23-Dec-2007 17:25
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Been sync'd at 19Mbit for about 2 weeks now. Courtney Place exchange in Wellington. Xnet is the ISP

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  Reply # 101640 24-Dec-2007 12:26
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It won't sync at ADSL2+ because I'm too far from the exchange?


Got it in one. 3.5km is the approx limit for ADSL2+ with a significant drop in speed anywhere above 2km. At 2.5Mbps id guess you're 3-4k?

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  Reply # 101673 24-Dec-2007 14:56
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ADSL2+ has a greater reach than ADSL1 however there will be pretty much no speed difference, do get any speed increase you need to be under 3km away from the exchange. Theres some helpful graphs somewhere. google "adsl2+ single distance raito"

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